** Intended for Law Enforcement Volunteers and must be affiliated with a government agency **
CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO (24)
Where: STAR Center , 11515 S. Colima Rd., Whittier, CA 90604
Date: January 20 & 21, 2018
Civilian Law Enforcement volunteers (High priority for Team Leaders)
Conduct leadership training for civilian law enforcement volunteers. The students will focus on identifying leadership traits, varying paradigms, personal values, and conflicts with loyalty within the law enforcement organization. They will also learn the concepts of Power and authority, and the role it plays regarding pro-active and reactive issues.
Focus: Identifying leadership and varying paradigms, values defined and conflicts with loyalty.
- LEADERSHIP DEFINED/SIGNIFICANCE OF PARADIGMS Students will understand the complexity of leadership and the varying paradigms and what are intrinsic versus extrinsic leadership definitions.
- VALUES DEFINED Students will understand the need for recognizing value systems and critical decision making regarding the separation of principles, morals and ethics. This section will include prejudice and the problems with gut level responses.
- COMPLEXITY OF LEADERSHIP Students will understand the need for recognizing their roles, as leaders, within the organization and the community at large. Students will understand the perceptions they have of themselves and others.
- UNWANTED VALUES/TRAITS/SKILLS Students will understand and define unwanted traits. A list will be developed to illustrate unwanted skills. Differences and how negative traits are developed will be discussed.
- LOYALTY Students will understand how organizational values are enforced, which organizational values are real, and which ones are not. Effectiveness at all levels will be stressed.
Focus: Power and authority and their relationship to pro-active and reactive issues.
- PRO-ACTIVE VERSUS REACTIVE Positive actions are understood as necessities for the overall good. Seeking blame is explained as to its negative organizational impact.
- POWER VERSUS AUTHORITY Students will understand the need to care for others and from where power and authority arise. Definitions of power are addressed, as is how power affects morale, professionalism, and effectiveness of services. Authority is given as a possible opposite.
There is no cost for this training.
Law Enforcement Volunteers are encouraged to wear their uniforms, however, appropriate civilian attire is acceptable. (No tank tops or shorts)
Go to Class Schedule to enroll and location information.
For further information, please contact us at (800) 659-8985.