Hosted by KBI, Pittsburg State University Police, Crawford County Sheriff’s Office, and the Pittsburg Police Department.
October 21-23, 2019
Meals and Lodging are the responsibility of the attendees agency.
This course is designed to provide supervisors and managers with the necessary tools for enhancing the performance of their work unit. The course examines five critical areas that relate to one's ability to be both a leader and manager.
These five areas are described as "Burdens" due to the ongoing labor required to change the Commanders behaviors.
These "Burdens" are taught in five modules during the course:
· The Burden of Self-awareness
· The Burden of Competence
· The Burden of Servant-hood
· The Burden of Communication
· The Burden of Management
The course purpose is to provide understanding and prepare for the position of supervisor and know how to balance the responsibilities of management with the requirements of leadership.
Instructor John B Edwards is part of the Adjunct Faculty, Columbus College and Ogeechee Technical College, Regional Training Academy.
Mr. Edwards completed a 30 year career with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), spending the last seven years before retirement in 2008 as Special Agent in Charge of Region 5, Statesboro, Georgia. Mr. Edwards is a well-known lecturer/instructor who has developed and taught numerous law enforcement topics across the U.S. to federal, state, and local LEO's. John is a former adjunct instructor with the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University and a veteran Georgia POST certified police trainer.
Additional information about Mr. Edwards and the course content can be found at http://jbedwardsandassociates.com.
To register, complete a Registration Form and e-mail it to email@example.com.