R2 602 Performance Leadership for First Line Supervisors

Course Number:  602

Description:   Performance Leadership for First Line Supervisors

This training will provide your team with the skills and tools to be effective and successful First line supervisors.  LEARN

  • How to better address the ethical decision making process among your team
  • How to promote a positive culture among your team
  • Practical tools to help you build first line leadership skills
  • The role of the Supervisor in maintaining standards and holding people accountable
  • How to be a better coach and communicate effectively; Conflict Resolution techniques
  • Tips for using adult learning theories to effectively train your team
  • Problem solving and having tough conversations
  • How to align your personality traits with those of your team members
  • How to use your personal skills to build a successful team environment
  • The keys to focusing on what matters most
  • How to build your leadership legacy

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Date: July 19 – 20, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  16 hours

Location:    

   Nampa Police Department
   820 2nd Street South
   Nampa, Idaho 83651

 

COST:   $255.00   Payable to: PLI  Performance Leadership Institute 

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  July 18, 2021

Instructor:  Lt. Randy Voight


Registration
on line at www.PLI.US.com


Remarks:  
Do not send registrations to POST.

For additional information regarding the training facility or local accommodations, email Jason Cantrell at cantrellj@cityofnampa.us
or call 208-761-9182

 

R4 Building the Leader Within, Leadership and Management Skills- Idaho Falls CLASS FULL

Course Number: R4805

Course Description:

Promote the profession through ethical and moral decision-making processes. · Display an advanced level of knowledge and skills of leadership. · Exhibit critical-thinking process to further the profession. · Establish the value of the profession to the community. · Understand and evaluate current and future issues and trends in basic principles of leadership and the characteristics of the effective transformational leader. · Evaluate and compare the various political, legal and social environments encircling the law enforcement today. · Gain an understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses via the DISC personality assessment, while learning to appreciate others’ unique capabilities and growth areas. · Appreciate the appropriate use of power in providing first line supervision in policing. · Recognize how paradigms have both aided and thwarted change initiatives throughout time and in unexpected manners. · Learn that the concepts of time management and situational leadership. · Leave this course with a renewed commitment to the importance of both adhering to and providing an environment dedicated to ethical leadership of ourselves, our subordinates, the communities we serve.

Dates: June 21-23, 2021 CLASS IS FULL REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 24

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $350.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Steven Kellams

Remarks: Click the following link to go to the registration page- https://www.patc.com/training/register.php?ID=17666

Recommended hotel- Candlewood Suites, Idaho Falls 208-525-9800

R4 Walking the Narrow Road of Leadership- Rexburg FREE COURSE

Course Number: R4800

Course Description:

The law enforcement profession is continuing to face significant challenges in its operational and organizational roles.  Unfortunately, one of the more pressing issues facing law enforcement agencies may be the failure of its supervisors and managers to consistently practice recognized leadership principles that they learn in management training programs. Most supervisors and managers seem to take the “path of least resistance” when dealing with problem employees or in communicating with employees.  This “wide road of mediocrity” is believed to be the primary path of most managers and these leadership failures have become a significant form of stress and frustration for the law enforcement culture.

This program examines why these problems occur, and the practical methods that managers and supervisors can use to become effective leaders and walk the narrow road of leadership excellence – both at work and at home.

Dates: June 16, 2021

Times: 0800-1200

Credit Hours: 4

Location: Madison High School, 2300 University Blvd., Rexburg, ID 83440

Cost: FREE

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Dr. Jack Enter

Remarks: To register for this course, contact Ilene Palmer at ipalmer@madisonsheriff.com, or call 208-372-5000

R4 SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership I- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4703

Course Description:

This course is designed to expose police SWAT Team Commanders and Supervisors to contemporary SWAT issues, tactics and procedures. Topics include major incident debriefs; leadership issues, emotional intelligence, justifying SWAT; the use of SWAT Teams; SWAT standards and professionalism; contemporary SWAT issues and concerns; SWAT and the media; selection, training, discipline and removal of supervisors and team members; crisis negotiations considerations; tactical operation center considerations; operational planning; weapons and equipment selection; legal issues and considerations; critical incident management; barricade and hostage procedures; warrant service planning and procedures; and much more.

INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS

  • Leadership
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • SWAT Personnel Recruitment, Selection, Training and Retention
  • Training Issues
  • High Risk Warrant Planning
  • Contemporary SWAT Issues and Concerns
  • Resolution of Barricaded Subjects
  • Hostage Rescue Opertations
  • Incident Reviews from Past Operations

Pre-Requisites- Full time, sworn Law Enforcement Personnel

Student Equipment- Law Enforcement ID, laptop computer. The course will be conducted entirely in the classroom.

Dates: June 28- July 2, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: NTOA Members $695.00, Non-NTOA Members $750.00 (Comes with one year membership to the NTOA)

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Wayne Dubois

Remarks: To register for this course, click the following link- http://training.ntoa.org/CourseRegistration/default.asp?num=20211980

NTOA Payment Policy

The NTOA will now require a purchase order or payment via credit card prior to the completion of the registration process. No exceptions! If an agency is in need of an invoice before generating a purchase order, please contact accounting at accounting@ntoa.org. Please understand the registration will still remain inactive if the purchase order has not been received. Slots will not be held for students without a purchase order.

Cancellation Policy

Student will receive full refund of any paid fee if cancelled in writing by the student or agency 30+ days prior to course start. The NTOA will charge $100 cancellation fee if written notice is received less than 30 days prior to course start. No written notice, no refund. Qualified substitutions are always acceptable.

Suggested Car Rental- Use the following ID# XZ17D23 to get discounted rate. You can log onto www.enterprise.com and use the pin code of NAT for call 1-800-RENT-A-CAR.

Suggested hotel- Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport 20-523-1400 645 Lindsay Blvd. Idaho Falls, ID 83402

R4 Managing Dysfunctional Teams- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4700

Course Description:

Who Should Attend?

This sixteen (16) hours block of training is for professionals who have been recently promoted or want to be in a leadership role in their profession: Senior officers, Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains, SROs, FTOs, SWAT, K9, officers on leadership track, probation, parole, and correction professionals

Course Description:

Dysfunction, in some form, is always present in every organization. However, dysfunction is a component in the workplace that should be welcomed but managed. When properly managed, dysfunction can by healthy for an organization. This course is for those officers who have recently been promoted to a supervisory or team-lead role and those officers who are not currently in these positions but are on a leadership track. This course will examine many topics, including: where we find dysfunction in our agencies; types of team members working in our agency; when your team leader is the dysfunctional person; changing your team’s culture; and managing dysfunctional team members.

Dates: November 1-2, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $275.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Brent Tharpe

Remarks: To Register For This Course:

Go to www.tharpeconsulting.com and click on the Event Calendar or contact Brent Tharpe at 731-287-1962.

Make Checks Payable To:

Tharpe Consulting, checks can be mailed to 325 Burch Rd. – Dyersburg, TN 38024. We also accept credit cards through PayPal. All attendees will receive a training manual and a certificate of completion.

Hotel Information:  

Residence Inn by Marriott Idaho Falls – 635 West Broadway – Idaho Falls, ID 83402 – 208-542-0000 – $96.00 + tax – to get rate, ask for a room from Tharpe Consulting block of rooms.

R4 Developing Effective Leaders- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4805

Course Description:

Who Should Attend?

This sixteen (16) hours block of training is for professionals who have been recently promoted or want to be in a leadership role in their profession: Senior officers, Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains, SROs, FTOs, SWAT, K9, officers on leadership track, probation, parole, and correction professionals

Course Description:

In a recent study by the Society of Human Research Management (SHRM), they discovered that individuals who were recently promoted to a leadership role faced three primary challenges. First, the newly appointed leader found it difficult to find his or her leader’s mindset. Second, new leaders often found it difficult to lead individuals they once worked side-by-side with. Finally, new leaders found it difficult to identify and bridge their own skill gaps.

“Developing Effective Leaders” will address these challenges. This is an informative training that was designed to be beneficial to those law enforcement professionals who are new to their leadership role and a refresher for those professionals who are veteran leaders. This training was designed to be the foundational building blocks for professionals who want to develop into effective and ethical leaders. The training will cover five primary modules: Leadership versus Management, Leadership, Power and Leadership, Effective Leaders, and Leadership Styles.

Dates: June 15-16, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $275.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Brent Tharpe

Remarks: To Register For This Course: Go to www.tharpeconsulting.com and click on the Event Calendar or contact Brent Tharpe at 731-287-1962.

Make Checks Payable To:

Tharpe Consulting, checks can be mailed to 325 Burch Rd. – Dyersburg, TN 38024. We also accept credit cards through PayPal. All attendees will receive a manual and a certificate of completion.

Hotel Information:  

Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport – 645 Lindsay Blvd – Idaho Falls, ID 83402 – 208-523-1400 – 94.00+ tax – to get rate, ask for a room from Tharpe Consulting block of rooms

 

R4805- Law Enforcement Leadership- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4805

Course Description:

Goal:

The goal of this class is to provide first line supervisors with effective leadership principles and techniques that will enable them to become successful supervisors who can increase the motivation and productivity of the staff they supervise.

Performance Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Recognize the traits of a leader and understand different management styles
  2. Define and understand leadership accountability
  3. Understand the importance of leadership ethics
  4. Understand the differences in work beliefs and ethics of Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Post Millennials
  5. Recognize staff motivators and de-motivators
  6. Utilize a problem-solving model
  7. Build teamwork among staff
  8. Develop an action plan
  9. Participate in strategic planning
  10. Understand supervisor civil liability
  11. Utilize coaching to improve employee job performance
  12. Coach problem employees
  13. Communicate appropriately with the media
  14. Identify the five conflict management styles and when each can be used effectively
  15. Explain the importance of progressive discipline and steps to take when disciplining

Dates: Feb 22-26, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: Idaho Falls Police Department Training Annex, 740 Park Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: FREE

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): ICRMP Chad Sarmento

Remarks: To register for this course, contact IFPD Training Coordinator Lori Posey at lposey@idahofallsidaho.gov or phone 208-612-8619

R4 Administrative and Mid Level Supervision- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4700

Course Description:  Administrative and Mid Level Supervision- Idaho Falls

Mission and Vision

The significance of middle management’s role of supporting the mission and vision of the department can’t be understated. It is critical that each employee be reminded what we get paid to do. When all else fails, personnel should be able to look at the mission and vision and make proper decisions. Additionally, we will be exploring ways to provide a positive work environment.

Walking the Talk

During this period we will be discussing issues of ethical behavior and how courage effects your level of ethics. Regardless of rank or position you must lead by example.

Work Performance Management

Most organizations task various supervisors with completing performance evaluations without providing training. During the time allotted, we will reveal the importance of this function to the mission and vision. Middle Managers must take the performance evaluation process seriously.

Holding Supervisors Accountable for Behavior

What if the person who needs disciplined is a supervisor? During this period we will be discussing ways to hold the supervisor accountable for their behavior. We will discuss a case study outlining how one commander of a department tried to identify causes of the “unmotivated supervisor.”

Risk Management

Anyone can be sued for just about anything, it is important that the organizations protect themselves with sound risk management practices. Taking an affirmative role in training and monitoring high risk critical tasks, is a crucial step in the right direction. During this session, we will be discussing relevant case law to reduce our liability risk.

Pushing the CEO’s Agenda

There are going to be times when being a middle manager is going to be difficult. You may have to follow an unpopular program from the top, not to mention gripes from the workers. We will discuss ways to deal with the “Acute Political Emergency”, while supporting the CEO’s agenda.

Case Studies

Each participant will be required to participate in group discussion requiring them to make decisions on various topics. Participant will be asked to present their findings to the class. This exercise is done to discover problem solving and leadership abilities.

Managing the Media

Your organization is only one case away from CNN broadcasting “live” from your city. During this period, we will discuss the importance of each level of leadership becoming aware of the pitfalls of dealing with the media.

Goal of the Program: At the end of this training session, the participant will:

  • Have a better understanding of the Role of Middle Management
  • Pay close attention to the Subculture of the Organization
  • Identify the Major components of a Press Conference
  • Understand their role in the Mission and Vision statement.
  • In addition, the participant will become familiarized with:
  • Performance Evaluations and its Importance to Work Performance
  • Level 5 Leadership
  • 12 Critical High Risk Tasks
  • Written Expectations for Supervisors

Dates: April 19-21, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 24

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $350.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Darryl L. Rivers

Remarks: Register through the PATC website located here- https://www.patc.com/training/register.php?ID=17670

 

R2 805 FBI LEEDA Training – Meridian *LOCATION CHANGE*

Course Number:  805

Description:  FBI LEEDA Training  Executive Leadership- Meridian

 

The FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is an innovative 4 1/2-day program
designed for executive-level law enforcement leaders and those leaders aspiring to executive level leadership positions.  The class focuses on the emerging challenges facing 21st century police
leaders, as well as planning and navigating the political waters of executive leadership.

This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “cops talking to cops” model of professional development where students engage in guided leadership discussions with instructors and other students. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within law enforcement, such as the challenges of recruiting, hiring and leading different social generational cohorts and different cultural groups within the workforce.  The ELI also presents leadership strategies that emphasize the importance of public trust and legitimacy, officer wellness, social and emotional intelligence.

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Date:   June 15 – 19, 2020

Time:   0830-1700

Credit Hours:    28 hours

Location:    LOCATION CHANGE

Idaho POST
Building 3 classroom B
700 South Stratford Drive

Meridian, Idaho 83642

 

COST:     $695.00    Payable to:  FBI LEEDA

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor:   FBI LEEDA Instructors

Registration Details:  register online at  www.fbileeda.org   or call 877-772-7712 for more information.

NOTEregistration is open to all law enforcement – sworn and professional
civilian staff. (FBI-LEEDA membership is not required to attend  to attend)

Remarks:    Do not send registrations to POST.

Class begins at 8:30 am. Dress: business casual.

For information regarding the training venue or hotel accommodations for this training
opportunity, contact Sgt. Tyler Jussel, Idaho State Police at 208-884-7362 or
e-mail   tyler.jussel@isp.Idaho.gov

R4 Developing Effective Leaders- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4805

Course Description:  R4 Developing Effective Leaders- Idaho Falls

Who Should Attend?

This sixteen (16) hours block of training is for professionals who have been recently promoted or want to be in a leadership role in their profession: Senior officers, Sergeants, Lieutenants, Captains, SROs, FTOs, SWAT, K9, officers on leadership track, probation, parole, and correction professionals

Course Description:

In a recent study by the Society of Human Research Management (SHRM), they discovered that individuals who were recently promoted to a leadership role faced three primary challenges. First, the newly appointed leader found it difficult to find his or her leader’s mindset. Second, new leaders often found it difficult to lead individuals they once worked side-by-side with. Finally, new leaders found it difficult to identify and bridge their own skill gaps.

“Developing Effective Leaders” will address these challenges. This is an informative training that was designed to be beneficial to those law enforcement professionals who are new to their leadership role and a refresher for those professionals who are veteran leaders. This training was designed to be the foundational building blocks for professionals who want to develop into effective and ethical leaders. The training will cover five primary modules: Leadership versus Management, Leadership, Power and Leadership, Effective Leaders, and Leadership Styles.

Dates: July 14-15, 2020

Moved from March 30-31, 2020

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office, Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $275.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Brent Tharpe

Remarks:

To Register For This Course:

Go to www.tharpeconsulting.com and click on the Event Calendar or contact Brent Tharpe at 731-287-1962.

Make Checks Payable To:

Tharpe Consulting, checks can be mailed to 325 Burch Rd. – Dyersburg, TN 38024. We also accept credit cards through PayPal. All attendees will receive a manual and a certificate of completion.

Hotel Information:  

Residence Inn by Marriott Idaho Falls – 635 West Broadway – Idaho Falls, ID 83402 – 208-542-0000 – $96.00 + tax – to get rate, ask for a room from Tharpe Consulting block of rooms