Adaptive Leadership

The Art of Police Training is the Ability to Move Officers Through the Fog and Complexity of Human Interaction

The purpose of all police training is to develop officers that can solve societies complex problems. The fundamental objectives of policing (also referred to as the mission of the police or the core functions of policing) are the ultimate purposes for which police agencies have been created. Herman Goldstein was one of a number of scholars who recognized and articulated the breadth and complexity of the police mission.

Brian Willis Interviews Yours Truly on Teaching Adaptive Leadership

I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Police trainer Brian Willis of the Excellence in Training Academy on the topic of Teaching Adaptive Leadership to police.

Teaching Officers How to Think verses Telling Them What To Think

Educating future leaders and officers in “how to think” (cognitive skills) takes longer and is intellectually far more expensive than industrially based task training, while task training requires resources like weapons, ranges, equipment, and special facilities that require training be done at established locations, requiring centralization. The good news is that recent studies by Dr. Bjork (UCLA) have discovered that theories about learning have been wrong.

Thinking Leaders, Leading Thinking People is the Adaptive Leaders Focus

I am often asked the question: what is adaptive leadership? My response is if you want your organization (police department), community and society to thrive in the rapidly changing world, adaptive leadership is for you.

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