7 steps to becoming an expert in your field; Writing a winning resume
October 23, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections Leader,

Career progression in any profession requires a commitment to ongoing learning and the development of expertise in your field of practice.

Whether you are a corrections officer looking to make the transition into a supervisory position, or a corrections executive seeking a new leadership position, today’s Leadership eNewsletter provides key tools you can use to aid your career development.

We outline seven steps to becoming an expert in corrections, review how a retired LEO developed a career as an expert witness and share top tips for writing a winning resume.


The CorrectionsOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
7 steps to becoming an expert in your field in corrections
By Keith Graves
There are many ways to develop expertise in a specialty field within corrections
Why I serve as an expert witness
By Ed Flosi
A retired officer discusses the pros and cons of working as a law enforcement expert witness
Want to get promoted within corrections? Get a degree
By Anthony Gangi
As the corrections profession evolves, there is a need for officers with both formal education and frontline experience
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
5 resume-writing tips for correctional leaders
By Rob Hall
Getting an interview largely depends on your resume – here are five keys to successful resume-writing for corrections executives
How to make the most of your military experience on your resume
Learn how to translate your military experience into corrections credentials
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