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RITE Leadership: JUL 26, 2017 Georgia Police Chiefs Conf. (Savannah, GA)

July 26

Racial Intelligence for Executive Leadership in Policing

Description:

One wrong move caught on camera, can put a black cloud over an entire department. RITE Leadership Training teaches critical components of Emotional Intelligence (EI), and Social Intelligence (SI), combined with the RITE Tools. The RITE combination drives individual performance, towards team success.

Emotional Intelligence is being aware of our emotions, and to acknowledge that emotions can drive behavior that impacts others (positively and negatively). Social Intelligence is how we effectively navigate and negotiate all social relationships and situations.

RITE emotional intelligence trainingRITE Tools, like the Emotional Energy Ladder (instructor’s banner-size seen in the photo), that participants in this training receive, makes us aware of our emotions, how we affect others, and that only we have the power to make those changes. Great leadership starts with doing the RITE thing, in order to help others do the same.

This lays the groundwork towards positive employee engagement, on and off the streets, keeping negative media attention away. Let’s give the media something good to talk about! Speaking of which, take a look at how Ohio engaged CBS News to cover RITE Training

 

Goal: To learn to use Emotional and Social de-escalation and accountability Tools that improve Officer wellness, enhance department morale and recruiting, and build community trust.

 

Objectives:

  • Learning how to use EI and SI tools help to avoid the Block-Out Syndrome
  • De-escalation communication awareness – The 3-EI approach
  • Improving Employee Wellness – Communication Keys to Career Resiliency
  • Building Community Inclusion and Trust – Working with community leaders using RITE Training

Who will BenefitChiefs and Command Staff, Members of the GACP

  1. On and off the street (engaging with the public)
  2. In the department (mentoring others)
  3. At home (with family, friends, to improve health and wellness)

This Leadership course is an introduction to RITE’s one and two-day Department Programs: Executive Leadership and First-line Supervisor (1-day course), RITE Train-the-Trainer (2-day course), and the 4-hour Racial Intelligence for Officer Wellness. Each participant will walk away from this session with new insight on improving their own lives, professionally and personally.

 

Executive Leadership Training Overview:

  • Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Social Intelligence (SI) modules specific for leadership
  • Officer Health and Wellness – 6th Pillar of 21st Century Policing
  • Cultural Diversity and Inclusion for cultural change with Racial Intelligence
  • Strengthening Departmental Accountability Standards the RITE way
  • Increasing your Diversity Recruiting
  • Using the Millennial Mindset for employee retention
  • Biased Policing Vs. Racial Intelligence – Skills to de-escalate situations
  • Incorporating Racial Intelligence into your Social Media Campaigns
  • Improved documentation that strengthens departmental culture and standards

Racial Intelligence is: “The practice of using Emotional Intelligence (EI), Social Intelligence (SI) and the RITE Tools to treat ourselves and others fairly.”

WHAT: 2017 Annual Georgia Police Chiefs Conference
WHEN: Wednesday, July 26, 2017
TIME: 8:30a-12:30p
WHERE: Savannah, GA

About GACP

Incorporated in 1962, the GACP has grown in membership, influence and professionalism to become one of the most respected law enforcement associations in the state. It is the largest professional association for law enforcement administrators in Georgia, and one of the largest in the country.

The association’s goals are to promote cooperative, professional relationships throughout the state, to evaluate the standards of police institutions and the profession, to offer quality training and continuing education for administrators, and to provide opportunities for police executives to exchange information and experiences.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the GACP is managed by a governing board consisting of seven officers and 22 district representatives representing all areas of the state. GACP has an experienced former Georgia police chief serving as CEO.

GACP Contact Information 

Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police
3500 Duluth Park Lane
Suite 700 Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (573) 636-5444

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Venue

The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
1 Resort Drive
Savannah, GA,, GA 31421 United States
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Phone:
(912) 201-2000
Website:
http://www.westinsavannah.com