*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*7 deadly sins of supervision; Why we need police coaches
May 5, 2021 | View as webpage

Ensuring the next generation is prepared to follow in your footsteps is an important task as a police leader. We can provide all the training money can buy, but the most impactful way to ensure that the character and mission of an organization lives on is through mentorship.

Pairing new officers with veterans who have much to offer from their experience creates a feeling of belonging, develops a cohesive and trusting environment, and, in turn, ensures those at the top get a feeling for life on the patrol line.

In today's newsletter, we look at the benefits of coaching in policing and how to establish strong relationships with subordinates. Begin coaching your personnel today by forwarding these action items to facilitate their ongoing professional development:

DOWNLOAD 13 tips on developing a winning opening statement

PARTICIPATE in Police1’s Active Supervision Challenge

COMPLETE a KSA matrix to assess supervisory readiness

How do you mentor your up-and-coming leaders? Email editor@police1.com.

Stay safe,

— Nancy Perry
Editor-in-Chief, Police1.com

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