Police Supervision (aka Achieving Supervisory Excellence) is a three-day course designed specifically for first-line supervisors who direct, motivate, lead, appraise and discipline others. As a result of coaching, role play, exercises, self-assessments, group discussions and lecture, participants will leave with new knowledge and skills in:
Setting expectations and holding employees accountable
Analyzing and resolving performance problems
Improving workplace communication
Gaining listening and assertion skills
Coaching others for improved work performance
Learning behaviors and characteristics of quality leaders
The role of motivation in performance
With small group exercises and many examples tailored to the attendee’s profession, this class can be taken by law enforcement, dispatch or anyone in public safety. The course is taught by Sgt. Michael Phillips who recently retired from the East Lansing Police Department with over 27 years of police experience. Mike is a Senior Associate with MACNLOW consistently receiving the highest ratings from course attendees for over fifteen years.
This course is registered with MCOLES and is eligible for 302 funds as well as SNC approved for dispatch training funds (MNA201408B).
Agencies insured by MMRMA should also check with their agent on partial reimbursement for qualifying courses.