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Seminar Title:  
Mentoring the Underachieving Employee: A Pathway to Effective Leadership and Organization Culture Change

DATES:  8/22/2022 through 8/23/2022

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Richard Morrison

LOCATION:  Miami Township Public Safety Training Center - 5904 McPicken Drive, Miami Township, OH  45150

HOTEL:  Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Milford, OH  
$95 single/double
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Retired Police Captain Rick Morrisonbegan his career in public service in 1989 as a Corrections Deputy for Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. In 1994, he served as a Law Enforcement Officer for Kenneth City Police Department in Florida. Rick continued his career in Law Enforcement and joined the Roanoke Police Department in 1996. During his 22-year tenure at the Roanoke Police Department, Rick assumed many roles and responsibilities to include becoming a General Instructor for the Department of Criminal Justice Services in 1999, providing professional instruction to police departments, and community groups throughout the country. Since his retirement at the rank of Captain, Rick started Inspired Policing Solutions LLC, which is a consulting and training company geared toward impacting organizational transformation and community culture change. Rick has had the privilege to teach and consult many police agencies across the country. His area of expertise is in the following courses: Leadership, Organizational Change, Mentoring the Underachieving Employee, Community Policing and Effective Problem Solving, Crime Mapping, Hot Spot Policing, Community Policing and Countering Violent Extremism, and Managing the Training Unit. Although Rick is retired from law enforcement, he continues to work closely with community leaders, police organizations, and non-profit organizations to impact meaningful change in Roanoke and other cities and communities across the country.Rick has attended the first annual Law Enforcement Leadership Seminar sponsored by the FBI National Academy (FBINA); he is also a graduate of the 31st Professional Executive Leadership School. Inspired Policing Solutions currently partners with Benchmark Professional Seminars, Virginia Center for Policing Innovation, Blueline Training, Milco Training Group, Virginia Chiefs of Police Foundation, and Crime Center for Training and Services. Rick resides in Roanoke, Virginia, and is married to Janet and the proud father of a son, Nathan and two beautiful stepdaughters Lindsey and Lauren.


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Course Objectives

Course Description:

How motivated and productive do you find yourself while on duty? Has the policing profession turned into just another job? Do you feel underappreciated by others in your department?  Do you lack clear direction from your leaders? How has your organization invested in your success?

How you respond to these questions can have a dramatic impact on your organizational work culture and ultimately how well you deliver police services to your communities. Unfortunately, the sad reality for most law enforcement organizations they are losing good employees faster than they can be replaced, thus causing a dramatic shift in focus from retention to hiring only. This approach is having a devastating impact on employee motivation, morale, and retention and placing unsustainable pressure on employees and the organizational work culture. 

This course is designed for the law enforcement professional who desires to learn and discover new leadership and work culture strategies to attract and retain good employees. This course focuses proven strategies to increase employee motivation, morale, productivity,and longevity. Simply adding more policies, procedures, ineffective training,and unrealistic demands will not keep good employees from leaving. Today’s policing crisis demands a new approach to leadership, and how organizations invest and motivate their employees.

This course will provide the participant with proven and realistic strategies to boost employee morale, attract better applicants, and retain employees with minimal financial costs tothe organization. 

The course is designed to behighly interactive, and participants are expected to engage in all course activities and group breakout sessions. Unlike traditional police training, the participant will be at the center of the discussion not the material or the instructor. At the conclusion of the course, each participant will be requiredto develop a personal/professional action plan for them to implement into their circle of influence. The instructor will conduct follow-up phone calls with each participant within 45 days of course completion for accountability and to ensure transfer of knowledge has taken place.

Topics to be Explored:

Make-up of today’s law enforcement organization * Avoiding a Toxic Work Environment

Recognizing employeesthat need mentoring * Police work Culture

Employee motivation * Perceived Barriers ofimplementing a structured mentoring program

Considerations and benefits of a mentoring program * Is your organization ready for a mentoring program

Mentoring Vs.Coaching *Communicating expectations and making unpopular decisions

Generational differences * Check box mindset, job, or profession

Leadership,Knowing your why * Your plan of action for change

 


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