August 22, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections Leader,

When correctional leaders motivate staff, they not only improve the quality of service in their facilities, but they also increase employee morale and performance. In today’s Leadership eNewsletter, we review some of the ways in which leaders can motivate personnel, from simple tricks such as paying attention when staff are talking to empowering employees to make decisions within their areas of responsibility.

We also review the benefits accreditation offers correctional facilities and why agencies should manage that process electronically.


The CorrectionsOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
How to avoid being a “Me and I” leader
By Cory Nelson
In all areas of law enforcement, there is rarely a case where anything of significance is accomplished individually
How to lead without draining the life-blood from your officers
By Barry Reynolds
Among the key outcomes of effective leadership is the empowerment we provide to others, coupled with the motivation that comes from a sense of shared vision
How to empower your employees in corrections
By Tier Talk
Look to empower - not micromanage - your employees
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Why you should be managing your agency’s accreditation electronically
By Kenny Howard
Software solutions exist to properly organize your accreditation documents and simplify the accreditation process
Why facility accreditations are important
By Laura E. Bedard, Ph.D.
Line staff know it’s time to buckle down during this process but do they truly understand why these things are important?
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