Leadership

An Officer’s Principal Weapon is His Mind: Professional Development In Policing

Professional police development is designed to develop creative, thinking officers, who will eventually become leaders, leading thinking officers. My definition of a professional police development is not solely about formal education although this is part of it. My definition is focused more on professional development and job focused training. Professional police education is also very much about the autodidacts those self learners who strive to reach high levels of professionalism on their own.

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.

Are You Serving Those You Lead?

The Harvard Business Review wrote a great piece this week How the U.S. Marines Encourage Service-Based Leadership by Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch. I think the piece is fantastic and it spurred some great questions and discussion in police training circles.

We Made the Mandatory Reading for the US Army MPs

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Got this great news from Don Vandergriff this morning.

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