Establishing and Maintaining Command Credibility

More so than any other dimension, the difference between leaders and managers are the exercise of actions, behaviors, attitudes and demeanors. From tenured and talented command officers to those who seek such positions, every attendee will gain additional skills and insight; it’s just a matter of degree – Guaranteed! Beyond the strengthening of individual skills, this class will also provide information that will be very helpful in the coaching and mentoring of others. This class is equally applicable to both sworn and non-sworn personnel.

Requirement for attendance: An open mind and realization that all of us, regardless of talent and tenure, have the opportunity for additional growth and realize that continuing professional education is an essential component of leadership. 

Our Instructor: Keith Bushey retired from the Los Angeles Police Department as a commander, from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department as a deputy chief, and from the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a colonel. He recently attained emeritus status from the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA).

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
08:00 am - 04:30 pm
LAPD Elysian Park Academy, 1880 Academy Drive, Room, 207, Los Angeles