This typical response of ‘living the dream’ can be heard by workers inside all public service agencies (Law enforcement, Fire, corrections, 911 operators, Sworn, nonsworn, and civilian staff).
Tag: Public Service
Duty to Report Misconduct in Public Service
Public servants know who within their ranks are the unprofessional and often toxic employees. The oath to serve also means a ‘Duty-to-Report’ Misconduct.
5 Leadership Tips to Build a Culture of Respect
A culture of respect is when an agency uses effective methods for responding to episodes of disrespectful behavior while initiating the cultural changes needed to prevent such episodes from occurring.
Emotional Intelligence: how it can trigger misconduct in Public Service
“What Were they Thinking?”
Chances are they were NOT thinking. When a person has low Emotional Intelligence, they tend to acted without adding the proper emotions (EI) into the equation, which helps make better decisions.
Mentorship vs Misconduct – Balancing the Scales of Conduct for Public Service
Life is a constant act of finding balance. And depending on what stage of life your career is in, life will throw you curves that test you. The question is when you do get tested… do you seek out a mentor or do you create misconduct?
Racial Intelligence LEADERS Class @Hallmark U – NOV. 9, 2021 (SAN ANTONIO, TX)
PRIVATE for San Antonio Leaders
RITE Training Teaches Police Officers to use Emotional and Social Intelligence
Law enforcement officers from agencies across Central Florida met in Leesburg for training they plan to implement as resource officers are placed in every school next year.