*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Your leadership toolkit: How to enhance your skills on and off duty
September 22, 2021 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences
Dear Leader,


Effective leadership has never been more critical in corrections than at this present point in time. In today’s newsletter, we present a toolkit of techniques, resources and strategies that both new and veteran supervisors can use to immediately enhance their leadership skills and more effectively manage both their professional and personal lives.   

Stay safe, 

— The Corrections1 Team 
 

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Essential elements of supervision in public safety
By Rex M. Scism  
Leadership involves techniques that direct the energies and abilities of a group toward the common accomplishments and planned objectives of the organization
The value of a ‘leader as coach’ program for law enforcement
By Lloyd Nguyen, DBA 
Coaches can assist in developing employees, enhance morale and drive cultural change
6 strategies for leadership in everyday life
By Warren Wilson 
The leaders I admire carry the talents and traits they perfect in the workplace home with them, and it pays off in their personal relationships
When Error Is Not Acceptable [On-Demand Webinar]
Nationally renowned speakers Dr. Tony Kern and Gordon Graham discuss how public safety leaders can help personnel make safer decisions under time pressure.
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How to Buy Jail Management Software
As you start the multi-step process of modernizing your jail's computer systems, this guide will provide you with a road map to navigate the purchase of jail management software for your facility.
Download the free eBook
CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE
Emergency MAT kits are key part of this Virginia medication-assisted treatment program
By Aubrey Graham, Emily Siqveland and Kurt Larrick 
Arlington County is now including fentanyl test strips in the kits, along with Narcan and other treatment resources
'How am I doing? Need to know how I’ve been…'
By Jeff Keller 
When it comes to assessing an inmate's mental health, we must rely on subjective markers and compare those markers to the inmate's baseline
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