Instructors in ICLD II illustrate several meritorious examples of organizational leadership success and introduce participants to methods and rationale behind these highly successful best practices.
This course of instruction features segments from leadership giants John Maxwell, Tony Robbins, Howard Schultz, Jeff Canter, Sheriff Ray Nash, General Stanley McChrystal and many more.
The curriculum includes summaries of the best-selling books Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire, by Simon Sinek, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t, by Jim Collins, and It’s Our Ship: The No-Nonsense Guide to Leadership, by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff.
Practices from experts in the field of leadership are infused within the ICLD II curriculum to enhance their relevance to law enforcement practices and organizational procedures. This combination gives rise to modules on
- Human Capital Management
- Emotional Intelligence
- Conflict Management
- Proactive Communication
- Cultural Sensitivity
- Action-Centered Leadership
- Legacy Leadership
- Reflective Leadership
At the end of this phase, students will be able to achieve the following objectives in accordance with the information received in class:
- Understand how “Generational” differences affect a leader’s ability to influence an employee or a team.
- Identify ways to improve Emotional Intelligence in Law Enforcement.
- Identify 5 Levels of Leadership Maturity needed to draw a distinction between Good organizations and Great ones.
- Understand the 4 Maxims of Conflict Management.
- Identify and understand the 3 Types of Conflict.
- Understand the Dimension-Control Matrix as it relates to Proactive Communication in the heat of chaos.
- Understand the impact that stereotyping, bias, prejudice, and discrimination have on the effectiveness of law enforcement; and how understanding various cultures points of view can enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement.
- Understand the Johari Window and its relationship to Reflective Leadership.