12 signs a supervisor is a bleeder; 7 lessons from a first-year sgt.
September 30, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Police Leader,

This month’s P1 Leaders eNewsletter presents a tale of two supervisors. Lt. Dan Marcou list 12 of the most egregious statements made by an enthusiasm-bleeding “leader,” while Sgt. Christopher Littrell details the seven characteristics of a successful sergeant.

We also look at the causes behind bad morale in LE agencies and present eight ways leaders can improve esprit de corps.


The PoliceOne Team
 
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12 statements that suggest a supervisor is a bleeder, not a leader
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