October 7, 2019 - October 8, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Martin County Sheriff’s Office
800 SE Monterey Road
Mastering the Promotional Process
Advancing Your Law Enforcement, Corrections or Probation/Parole Career
When Seconds Count, Decisions Matter!
Women in Command
Excelling as Female Leaders
Never before has there been such a strain on the profession.
Never before has the profession been more in jeopardy.
Never before has there been a need for leaders to create and maintain a positive, motivated culture.
ARE YOU THE LEADER FOR 2022 AND BEYOND?
Nearly every aspect of your leadership style affects the overall culture of your organization. Now more than ever our officers need leaders that are focused on creating, cultivating and maintaining a positive and motivating environment. This course will discuss how to recognize your own strengths and weaknesses, how to combat becoming a victim of the current, negative culture.
Using current events and recent incidents, this course will offer tools to embrace values that include, trust, empowerment and recognition of the individual as the most valuable resource they have.
Calibre is offering this as a 2-day in-person seminar as well as a 6-hour interactive online training program and will discuss the following:
This class is a crash course in contemporary leadership skills and traits. It’s essential to those interested in learning… and great to those currently leading.
Officer Rivera, Salinas PD, CA
“Wide ranging information on a variety of topics, designed to help supervisors motivate, identify issues, cultivate culture and improve department morale. EXCELLENT SEMINAR.
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“This was one of the best courses I have attended in 30+ years in the military, law enforcement and security services. Excellent instructor, great materials and presentation. I normally don’t write comments on course evaluation forms so that should you something!”
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“Excellent course. I was recently promoted to my current positions and many concepts presented will help me in my new job assignment. Thank you for your insight and humor. Your teaching style helps to learn and relate.”
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