September 28, 2017 | View as webpage
Dear CorrectionsOne Member,
In this month’s C1 Leadership eNewsletter, we take a look at how technology is changing the way prison and jail facilities operate. From biometric technologies to tablets for inmates, new technology solutions are making corrections work safer, easier and more efficient.

We also present two articles that will help you sharpen your leadership skills. Author Gary Cornelius breaks down the reasons why transformational leadership is the right model for corrections, and Sean T. Stewart lists 10 ways supervisors can improve their decision-making.
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CORRECTIONAL LEADERSHIP
Why transformational leadership is the right model for corrections
By Gary Cornelius, C1 Columnist
Transformational leadership is an empowering theory of leadership that is a stark contrast to our standard paramilitary model.
Inspires and motivates
CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT
10 ways correctional supervisors can improve their decision-making skills
By Sean T. Stewart, C1 Contributor
As a first-line supervisor, you are the first step in the decision-making process for handling problems in a correctional facility.
Clarify the problem
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C1 LEADERSHIP NEWS
Maine governor orders sheriffs to honor immigration requests
Mo. prisons to go smoke free after inmate wins in court
Pa. jail faces lawsuit for posting mug shots online
Md. boosting incentives to recruit correctional officers
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