Adaptive Leadership

"Leaders Are Teachers": Great Insights on Leadership and Developing Your People from The Mentorship Forum

Chad Foster has a new post up on his new site "The Mentorship Forum: Leaders Learning Together for the Good of their Team" titled "Leaders Are teachers" that will get you to reflect on how you teach.There is most definitely a science and art to developing people and that teaching is indeed of the utmost importance to leading people. In policing this idea as Chad Foster puts it: "Teachers are leaders . . .

Thought on Discipline: A Great Podcast Series from All Marine Radio, Every Police Leader Should Listen To

In policing we often wonder why the effectiveness of our organizations is less than we desire. We ponder all kinds of reasons, such as; budgets, time, the legal and liability effects. We label people as malcontents, nonconformists, or poor performers, or perhaps poor policies and procedures, rules and regulations and poor or inconsistent training. Failure to hold people accountable and a lack of discipline are also discussed at length.

LYNCH & KENNEY: react to clips of LtGen Van Riper’s “On Discipline” interview on All Marine Radio

And this podcast interview from All Marine Radio is a fantastic discussion on LTGen Paul Van Ripers interview linked here. Both these interviews are a must listen to for police leaders who struggle with setting standards for the sake of standards versus standards for a purpose. It makes sense when you listen to both these interviews On Discipline.

Outstanding Interview: ON DISCIPLINE: LtGen Paul K. Van Riper, USMC (ret)

The is the first interview series that ALL MARINE RADIO will do entitled “ON DISCIPLINE” — it will feature Marine Leaders who have led Marines for decades, who have seen the Marine Corps between wars, during war and after war.

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