Active supervision challenge: Critical thinking

Critical thinking engages your brain to comprehend, assess, analyze and process information in a way that improves your decision-making


Hello there, Coach Paul here. How is your active supervision challenge going so far? I’d love to hear from you about the successes and challenges you are experiencing as you intentionally work on improving your active supervision skills.

In this series of articles, which debuted on Police1 in January, I outline the 10 skills of active supervision. Remember, active supervision is the continual and consistent enforcement of the rules of your organization.

Last month I reviewed performance management, and this month I cover critical thinking. I’ll define critical thinking, explain why it is important, describe how to think critically and provide a few techniques to help you improve your critical thinking skills.

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