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Moving into a leadership role can be an exhilarating and proud moment; it can also be a daunting one. To succeed in your new role, you’ll need to identify the support systems, processes and tools that will help you overcome challenges and maximize opportunities. Police1’s Police Leader Playbook is one such tool that can increase your effectiveness as a leader. It’s designed to enhance your leadership skills, build trust with those you lead and boost your confidence.

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Lt. Dan Marcou highlights how leadership is demonstrated through both actions and words
Albany Police Chief Marcia Harnden faced many challenges when she stepped into the role, including employee discipline, high-profile uses of force and staffing shortages
Should leadership styles change when leading peers?
Discover how leaders can foster an environment that embraces innovative ideas from officers at all levels
Explore strategies to address small issues within police teams before they escalate, promoting a culture of accountability and efficiency
If you want to build strong, trusting relationships with your officers, you need to master empathy, adaptability and integrity
Acknowledging one’s limitations is not a sign of weakness but a stepping stone to becoming an effective leader
Police leaders must explore ways to cultivate an environment in which our officers are motivated to become self-directed learners
Gain insights into how recognizing and managing your emotions can lead to more effective decision-making and crisis management
Like improving our health and wellness, there are personal habits and methods that can be used to build your leadership capabilities