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Walking the Narrow Road of Leadership: Becoming the Leader Who Makes An Impact

Walking the Narrow Road of Leadership: Becoming the Leader Who Makes An Impact

Instructor(s):
    Dr. Jack Enter
  • Dr. Jack Enter
    Jack Enter and Associates, GA
Date(s):
  • Jan 23, 2020
Time:
  • 2:00 - 4:00pm EST
Individual Fee:
  • $95.00 per registered attendee
Group Rate:
  • $95.00 for the first attendee - $25.00 per each additional attendee
  • $500 This fee will allow for up to 40 attendees to participate in the webinar

Though the American criminal justice profession has made significant strides in the development of management training, many agency representatives are not seeing significant changes in the effectiveness of men and women who attend this training.  Why is it that supervisors and managers will give often glowing reviews of a leadership training course yet they don’t seem to be able to bring the principles into their daily contact with personnel and staff? Most personnel surveyed estimate that only 10 percent or less of their supervisors and managers have a consistent ongoing positive impact on the agency culture. What is causing most of our managers to fail?

This webinar will examine this issue and offer some suggestions on the causes of these failures, as well as offer practical ways that individual managers and the agency can minimize these problems and create a positive leadership environment. Some of the topics included in the program include assumptions or principles that are the foundation behind why most managers fail to be consistent leaders. A major emphasis of this program, however, will be the skills, beliefs, and techniques of those few managers in the law enforcement organization who defy the odds and consistently exhibit leadership traits in the agency.   

Objectives: 

  • The student will understand the three types of employees in the organization.
  • The student will understand the three types of managers generally found in the organization.
  • The student will understand five major reasons most managers fail to become effective as leaders.
  • The student will understand at least three different strategies for self-mastery and having others hold him/her accountable.
  • The student will understand at least three different strategies for proactive communication with subordinates and staff. 
  • The student will understand at least three different strategies for reinforcing good behavior and hold employees accountable for marginal and problem behavior.
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