The Public Management Center in partnership with the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center is pleased to offer professional development and leadership training specific to law enforcement throughout the state of Kansas. This includes a Command School and Supervisor School. Please see the webpage for additional program details.
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LELA Supervisor School is designed to equip frontline supervisors with the concepts and practical tools needed to effectively lead and supervise law enforcement personnel. The curriculum blends the KU Public Management Center's award-winning supervisory leadership training with leading-edge law enforcement training to deliver highly engaging and relevant content that supervisors can put to immediate use in their departments.
Content includes skills development around making a successful transition from peer to boss; decision-making; difficult conversations and resolving conflicts; the difference between leadership and authority (and why it matters); and performance reviews. Additionally, participants will explore the connection between personal strengths and leadership competences and will hear from experienced law enforcement leaders about motivating and leading others in today's law enforcement environment. Each participant will leave with an individual action plan that identifies a path forward in their development as leaders who will contribute to the success of their agencies.
This 2-day course can be taken before another LELA program as an introduction, after another LELA program as a refresher, or as a stand-alone foundation to build leadership competencies.
April 17-18, 2018, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (Hutchinson, KS)
July 17-18, 2018, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (Hutchinson, KS)
September 11-12, 2018, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (Hutchinson, KS)