Research confirms all leaders need to contribute through others by delegating and holding people accountable. Coaching for performance is both a technique and skill just like managing time, energy, and morale. The law enforcement leader is a model of ethical conduct.
Today’s leaders need to develop greater self-awareness & emotional intelligence. They know the difference between leading versus managing by thinking and acting strategically. Law enforcement leaders move than ever are required to make long-term strategic decisions and leading innovating change.
The senior law enforcement leader’s success is largely a function of their understanding of these five competencies:
1. Values & Culture
2. Vision & Strategy
3. Alignment & Execution
4. Change & Innovation
5. Talent Acquisition & Development