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Police Leadership Training by Dr. Jim DeLung

Published on: June 28, 2024   10:02 am

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  • Police Leadership Training
     October 1, 2024 - October 4, 2024
     8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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***Police Leadership Training presented by Dr. Jim DeLung. Course will be held at SUNY Orange in the Rowley lecture hall (10 East Conklin Avenue, Middletown, NY, 10940).***

4 day course, October 1, 2024 – October 4, 2024 (8:00am- 4:00pm each day)

DAY 1

Interpersonal Communication & Counseling 

With all the distractions that exist in our world today, communication can be much more complicated. Participants learn contemporary communication skills encompassing much more than just sender, message, and receiver. Communication should be easy, but many current issues make it more complicated. Counseling strategies are also discussed to address difficult situations in and out of the workplace. 

Generational Leadership & Communication 

Participants are introduced to the four major generations in the workforce: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials (Gen Y), & Gen Z. Students learn the major characteristics of each generation and how to best recruit, retain and lead them effectively within their organization. 13 themes of recruiting, satisfying, and retaining Millennials and Gen Z are discussed in detail. 

DAY 2

Emotional Intelligence (EI) This class is based on the book Primal Leadership by Goleman, Boyatzis & McKee. Participants are introduced to 6 different leadership styles as presented by the authors. The 4 EI domains and 18 emotional competencies are discussed in detail as well as methods to avoid burnout. 

Our Role in Creating & Maintaining an Ethical Environment & Effective Followership Ethics classes are incredibly important, but they often point fingers and bore the participants. This conversational class discusses recent ethics failures, noble cause corruption, entitlement, and rationalization ideologies focusing on our responsibilities in the workplace. Renowned Followership author John P Kelley (1992) said “People who know what to do without being told – the people who act with intelligence, independence, courage, and a strong sense of ethics.” Followers have enormous value to an organization. They “…are collaborators with leaders in achieving organizational success.” This class emphasizes the importance of being a good follower (5 styles) of an organization and its noble mission. 

DAY 3

Self-Determination & Intrinsic Motivation In a world full of “victims,” this class discusses motivations to increase personal and professional success. Participants also learn a multitude of leadership theories that assist with a negative world/workplace to take more control over their own lives. Leading Individuals 

Leading individuals Leading individuals is often the first opportunity to affect the lives of others. This class is packed with opportunities to identify the why and how of leadership: Critical Thinking cycle Social learning theory Internal & external motivation Self-efficacy theory Attribution theory Equity theory Expectancy theory Interpersonal conflict Followership (review) Leading Groups 

DAY 4

Leading Groups Group leadership contains different dynamics than individuals. This class introduces the participant to groups and teams. Group dynamics/structure Group development Classical group leadership theory Bases of power Socialization (preview).  The next step in group leadership is focusing on developing cohesion, dealing with intergroup conflict, and identifying “where” your employees fit within the group utilizing Situational Leadership II (Blanchard). 

Organizational Socialization, Culture, and Change This class discusses the formal and informal socialization processes within an organization and how to positively influence recruitment, satisfaction, and retention. Leading organizational change and understanding the change process assists with employee “acceptance and pushback.”

95 registrations is the cap for this course.

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Police Leadership Training

*The cost of the training is $400.00 per attendee and preference will be given to Association members.

Venue:  

Address:
10 East Conklin Avenue, Middletown, New York, 10940, United States