Full list of Leadership results
Officer wellness: How the Indianapolis Metro PD cares for its cops–
Brian Nanatavy discusses how the Indianapolis Metro Police Department works with its officers to ensure their success and health on the job.
Complacency of leadership in law enforcement–
PoliceOne Editor at Large Doug Wyllie interviews Dennis Valone about the issue of complacency in law enforcement leadership.
3 key aspects of police leadership–
Jason Sharp outlines how cops can become better leaders by focusing on three key things.
Assessing police department performance–
Brian Crandell speaks with Doug Wyllie about the ways police leaders can best evaluate the performance of their cops and their department as a whole.
Leadership tips for new supervisors–
Chief Bill Harvey details the skills new leaders need to possess and how to develop them.
How to overcome the challenges of leadership in small agencies–
In this video, PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie discusses the challenges of police leadership in small agencies with Chief Jason Sharp, of the Parsons, Kan. Police Department.
The power of asking "What's Important Now?" in policing–
Brian Willis discusses 'The Secret and the power of What's Important Now in policing at the inaugural WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement event. For more information or to register for the next WINx event, visit www.experienceWINx.com.
How self-reflection creates better leaders–
Manuel Ovalle discusses how to identify weaknesses in oneself and reminds his trainees to pinpoint and address their own weakness, while setting a critical, yet understanding tone.
The importance of mentorship in policing–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wylie talks with Dr. Matt Stiehm about the best ways to become a mentor and how to seek a mentor.
The benefits of higher education for LEOs–
Why should police officers further their education? Betsy Brantner Smith breaks down the benefits in this video tactical tip.
Completing the drill–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie sits down with renowned firearms trainer John Farnam to discuss the concept of 'Completing the Drill' — fully executing in training what you'd do on the street, not running the course of fire and immediately letting your guard down.
Check out COPSWEST–
Now in its 13th year, COPSWEST Expo continues to be the premiere law enforcement/public safety expo in the west. Come early on Monday, October 15, to attend CPOA's Annual Leadership Training Day! Register today and join us at CPOA's COPSWEST Oct 15-17: http://www.policeone.com/training/events/5983054-COPSWEST-2012/
Crisis of Leadership–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, sits down with Dick Fairburn to discuss one of the classes that he teaches called "Street Leadership." This course focuses on teaching the same fundamentals that are taught in military leadership courses. Often times police officers are taught how to manage but they also need to understand how to become leaders and make tactical decisions the way that a drill sergeant would.
Richard Fairburn discusses his Street Leadership course, which he calls "a boot camp for Sergeants." Working in teams of six, officers learn to form snap plans and lead teams.
Attributes of a Leader–
In this video, multi-disciplinary leaders review what it takes to be a successful manager and make difficult decisions at a moment's notice.
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