Active supervision challenge: Training
The active supervision skill of training involves seeking out training for yourself and teaching your followers everything that you expect them to do
Hello everybody, Coach Paul here. Can you believe that we’ll be halfway through this year at the end of this month? I’ve enjoyed being with you on this active supervision challenge and thank you for your continuing interest and engagement.
If this is your first article, know that in January, I introduced this active supervision challenge on Police1. In this series, I describe the 10 skills of active supervision, which I define as the continual and consistent enforcement of the rules of your organization. In the previous months, I have discussed performance management, critical thinking, communication and courage.
This month we’ll be looking at the active supervision skill of training. I’ll describe the two elements of training, discuss why training is important, share ways for improving your training practices, and conclude with a few tips and techniques for supervisors working in special circumstances.