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Leadership for Front-Line Supervisors

March 6 - March 7

Free

Leadership for Front-Line Supervisors is a course designed to help law enforcement professionals develop the skills and knowledge necessary to excel as front-line leaders. Leadership and management are distinct but complementary roles, and this course will help attendees understand the difference and learn how to effectively lead their teams. Through lectures, group discussions, and interactive exercises, participants will have the opportunity to explore key concepts such as team building, communication, and conflict resolution, and gain practical tools and strategies for leading their teams with dedication and professionalism. This course is an invaluable resource for those seeking to enhance their leadership skills and advance their careers in law enforcement.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Leadership versus Management.
  • Are you born with leadership skills or can they be forged?
  • What is a Positional Leader?
  • Influence versus Manipulation.
  • First your Friends – Now your Subordinates.
  • Leading with Subordinates, Peers, and Bosses.
  • Let them win.
  • Followership.
  • Listen first then decide.
  • Why is time on your side?
  • Love and Accountability.
  • Leadership growth – How is it accomplished?
“Every boss should take this class”

Course taught by Captain Mike Schentrup (ret) or Lieutenant Wayne South (ret).

 

FREE to Active Law Enforcement!  Sponsored by the APHOF.

Details

Start:
March 6
End:
March 7
Cost:
Free

Venue

American Police Hall of Fame
6350 Horizon Drive
Titusville, FL 32780 United States
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Course Registration

13 Going
23 remaining
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**Cancel anytime outside of 14 days from the date of the class and get a full refund minus a 5% refund fee. No refunds within 14 days; however, you can replace the student.