Blue Courage: The Heart and Mind of the Guardian
Blue Courage is a transformational two-day leadership development workshop designed for all levels of the organization. This revolutionary educational process is a holistic approach to developing our people. It will touch hearts, awaken minds and ignite spirits through dynamic presentations and learning processes. If your interest is self-improvement, increased engagement, stress-management, developing resilience, igniting culture change, combating cynicism, while improving overall health and well-being, then Blue Courage is waiting for you to answer the call!
Franklin Covey: 7 Habits for Law Enforcement
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People for Law Enforcement helps your organization achieve sustained superior results by focusing on making individuals and leaders more effective. From the front line office to top-level executives, this workshop breaks down barriers to success while laying a foundation of leadership effectiveness for individuals, employees, and leaders.
Participants gain hands-on experience, applying timeless principles that yield greater productivity, improved communication, strengthened relationships, increased influence, and laser-like focus on critical priorities.
Franklin Covey : Diversity Centered Leadership
While we might think we see the world as it is, we in fact perceive it the way we are. Imagine an environment where professionals recognize the value of diversity and move beyond judgments and bias to become role models of cultural leadership and change. Embracing this concept is not only important in complying with the law, but essential for building a high performance organization.
The Diversity-Centered Leadership for Law Enforcement workshop teaches individuals to expand their perspective of diversity and become diversity role models for others. As a result of the training, participants: 1) understand the broad scope of diversity issues while being challenged to examine their personal behaviors and how these behavior affect success 2) gain a willingness to accept and promote positive change 3) learn the importance of leading ethically and with moral courage and 4) apply a process for identifying and breaking through their personal barriers to diversity.
Franklin Covey: Nobility of Policing
The Nobility of Policing training reinforces and reconnects officers to the nobility of their profession. Reignite the flame of passion for what policing represents and remember why you came to the profession. Learn how to combat the cynicism that often creeps in and destroys the ability to perform with excellence. Remember the importance of the contribution you are making by faithfully wearing your badge.
Franklin Covey: Policing at the Speed of Trust
In his best-selling book, The Speed of Trust, Stephen M.R. Covey describes “the high cost of low trust” in terms of taxes. When trust is low in an organization, processes bog down, communication becomes guarded, decisions are put on hold while facts are checked and rechecked, and attention becomes focused on hidden agendas rather than on key objectives. Every consequence of low trust exerts a toll on your organization’s ability to succeed. Opportunities go by the wayside as clarity becomes clouded. Results become diluted and unpredictable, and those results that are achieved come slowly – at a high cost.
The good news is that improving trust is well within the grasp of most people, organizations and communities. Long perceived as a “soft” – or simply ignored – asset in the workplace, Franklin Covey’s Speed of Trust programs raise trust from a liability to a strategic advantage.
Introduction to Community Oriented Policing
This course is designed for members of police, sheriff, public safety, or community offices that are either considering or have implemented community oriented policing. This course covers the elements of the community policing philosophy, the importance of community members in collaborative partnerships with law enforcement officers, and the nature of community problem solving efforts. A simple, but effective model for community problem solving is introduced to help course participants develop appropriate problem solving techniques. Community members and public officials are especially welcome to enroll in this important course.
Applied Community Problem Solving
Norman Rockwell’s 1958 Saturday Evening Post cover illustration, “The Runaway”
Community problems arise when community members have goals for change that are blocked by resource, administrative, or other problems. These problems may have a very negative effect on the quality of life in communities, and may also contribute to disorder. This course provides practical and pragmatic experiences that community members and law enforcement officers can employ to identify problems, find appropriate resources, and work towards problem resolution.