Brian Willis is an internationally-recognized thought leader, speaker, trainer, and writer. Brian serves as the Deputy Executive Director for the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and is President of the training company Winning Mind Training. Brian was a full time police officer with the Calgary Police Service from 1979 to 2004. He is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution and commitment to Officer Safety in Canada and was named Law Officer Trainer of the Year for 2011.
Brian can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL LIST OF Brian Willis RESULTS
Tacos, wine, millennials and police leadership–
Leaders, trainers, and patrol officers often complain about the "new generation" and how they do not want to put in the time on the streets
Police Week: What's important now?–
Honor the fallen by investing in your training, your preparation, and your wellness
Applying "What's important now?" to the current crisis in law enforcement–
The acronym W.I.N. has been used to help law enforcement professionals make better decisions in leadership, use of force, incident command, tactical combat casualty care, training, and tactics.
7 realistic opportunities for officer growth in 2015–
Growth is something we can all achieve regardless of what stage of your life or career you’re presently at
Enough already with professional profiling–
It is time to stand up, speak up and put an end to profession profiling in America
Why "no comment" no longer works after a critical police incident–
When the public hear no comment they think the police did something wrong and are trying to cover it up — when the officers from the involved agency hear it they feel angry and betrayed by their leader
7 reasons the police culture is broken (and how to fix it)–
It is time for the law enforcement profession to think, act, train, prepare, lead, and live differently
2013 in Review: 3 New Year's commitments any cop can make–
Resolutions are so easily broken – we need a new word for changes we will commit to making
Forget Facebook: Be a real-world friend–
“Worry not that no one knows of you. Seek to be worth knowing.” — Confucius
Embracing the Suck: How to make the best of bad situations–
Embracing the Suck puts you in control of your thoughts, your responses and your life
2012 in Review: Enough is enough–
As you reflect on the past 12 months and plan for the upcoming year, ask yourself life’s most powerful question
2011 in Review: Saving cops' lives is simple, not easy–
The strategies outlined below are simple but many require a change to the way we think and train as a law enforcement culture
10 years after 9/11: Embracing the warrior spirit–
Is the warrior spirit only in vogue when events of this magnitude happen? What about the warrior spirit that lives on every day in the men and women who have chosen to pursue a career in law enforcement?
How do questions help you?–
Questions — especially open-ended ones — help to uncover information, wisdom, knowledge, hopes, dreams, motives, choices, answers, and most importantly, more questions
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