Daily practices for police officers to improve their leadership skills

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We are all leaders and we are all followers. Whether your career path in policing is to remain on patrol or to be promoted to sergeant or higher, there are daily practices you can adopt to improve your leadership skills. In this episode of Policing Matters, host Jim Dudley talks with retired police captain Andy Borrello about how to develop a toolkit of effective leadership traits.

Andy has been providing law enforcement training in multiple subjects for 30 years and specializes in career development, career advancement/promotion, promotional resume, succession planning and promotional oral interview. He is a California POST Certified Master Instructor, a graduate of Command College and serves as a POST Training Course Evaluator for the Quality Assessment Program. He is the author of “Awesome Police Promotion Course“, co-author of”The Police Professional: 60 Ways to Lead“, and his latest book, “Law Enforcement’s Guide to Advancing Your Rank” will be available in 2022.

Andy is the owner of PROMOTE THE POLICE and has taught thousands of law enforcement professionals through one-on-one and small study group consulting/coaching, mentoring, seminars, keynote addresses, and major presentations for agencies and associations law enforcement professionals for over 20 years.

This episode of the Policing Matters podcast is sponsored by the Master of Science in Law Enforcement & Public Safety Leadership Program at the University of San Diego. Find out how this nationally ranked online program can help you be a force for change at sandiego.edu/police1.



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