Full list of Leadership results
Leadership strategies to reduce officer stress–
What can leaders, managers and supervisors within a law enforcement agency do to mitigate work-related stress experienced by officers?
Words of wisdom for new correctional supervisors– 1
From developing your personnel to being primed on department policy, here are some steps to success for new correctional supervisors
5 agency improvements corrections officers want to see in 2019– 3
We asked our members how they would like to see their agencies improve in the coming year
The 'no' leadership paradox: Trading popularity for respect–
The desire to be well-liked can make it difficult for new supervisors to make unpopular decisions that may disappoint the officers they lead
10 leadership lessons for corrections from the military– 1
Your subordinates will look to you for answers in the moment of truth. Will you be ready for them?
Quiz: What makes a good leader?–
Strong leadership makes all the difference in corrections
How to stop bad seeds from taking root in your correctional facility–
There are enough major scandals and gaffes in corrections under today’s public scrutiny that we often forget that major issues start as unattended weeds
4 ways correctional leaders can motivate personnel–
How can leaders motivate their COs to perform at optimal levels?
Are you ready for the crisis that may be heading your way?–
Implementing a crisis communications plan will prepare police leaders to navigate the treacherous tsunami of social media during the first 24-48 hours of a crisis
Why a CO's ongoing education is a matter of job security–
The more we know, the better informed (and thus defensible) our actions will be
10 steps to becoming a change agent in corrections– 1
Change is necessary to grow and remain relevant, but how do you get risk-averse decision-makers to buy in to your ideas?
5 ways to seamlessly manage employees from hire to retire–
A cloud-based HR solution can improve employee efficiency and oversight
5 ways corrections leaders can be more productive–
Productivity is about getting the right things done, in the right order, in a satisfactory manner
How video arraignments benefit public safety and save money–
Thanks to an innovative program, prisoners who pose a serious risk to the community don’t need to exhaust CDCR resources when they appear live in court
Warden: 'It's more than babysitting inmates'– 4
Jeff Krueger started as a correctional officer and advanced through the BOP system, moving to 13 duty stations in the past 29 years
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