July 25, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections Leader,

Developing a successful career as a correctional leader requires several building blocks, such as self-awareness of your strengths and weaknesses, an understanding of the importance of ethical behavior, and knowledge of how to manage and motivate personnel.

The articles in today's Leadership eNewsletter provide the tools to help you achieve that and more. Additional content focuses on the important issue of inmate suicide prevention.

The CorrectionsOne Team
Leadership foundations in corrections
By Gary York
Having a good work ethic, a professional appearance and sound job knowledge will build your confidence as a leader and earn you the respect of your officers
How correctional leaders can keep their ethics in check
By Kevin Earl
If complacency can kill us physically, what role does ethical complacency play in ending careers?
5 steps to correctional management success
By Laura E. Bedard, Ph.D.
The best way to motivate staff is to make them want to work hard, which is achieved through strong leadership
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10 warning signs of suicidal inmates
By Mark Chamberlain
Nearly a quarter of jail suicides occur within the first 24 hours of incarceration
8 myths about inmate suicide
By Diane Geiman
In the corrections environment, believing myths about inmate suicide can lead to tragic results
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