This special one-day workshop addresses ethics, motivation, leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making skills as requisites to becoming a successful supervisor. This course has two major objectives. The first is to present results from each of these fields that have been proven to work. The second objective is to enable student"s abilities to apply principles learned from their day-to-day interactions with employees.
Participants will be taught:
To use the Professional Code of Ethics as a standard to guide and direct human behavior and conduct.
To apply principles derived from major motivation research to encourage and promote self-motivation, responsibility, and accountability in subordinates.
To understand how leaders view leadership responsibilities and develop a basis of leadership power.
To apply a systematic model for analyzing work-related problems and provide practical solutions.
To apply a systematic model for determining if a decision needs to be made, by who and when the decision must be made, and anticipate the expected and unexpected consequences for the decision.
Supervisors from the following agencies should attend:
Students will receive a course outline, numerous court and arbitrator cites that support management"s position, and lunch when attending this course.
Van Meter & Associates, Inc. is a training, organizational development, and consulting company for public safety organizations. They have been providing these services to law enforcement and the fire service for 30 years.
The workshop instructor, Brian Hiester, has 24 years sworn service as a police officer, detective, labor contract liaison/negotiator and Chief of Police. As Lieutenant, Brian was assigned as the Patrol Unit Coordinator with responsibility of the direction, supervision, and administration of the patrol. He has also served as the training coordinator and was responsible for the development and implementation of in-service training for all department personnel.
Seating is limited to 30 students
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