Leaders in the criminal justice field need to be emotionally intelligent, now more than ever. Being a leader who understands and relates to people from various backgrounds and all walks of life is a skill set desired by many. The reasons for this include that they motivate and inspire others, they increase morale in their organizations, and they foster an environment promoting trust and legitimacy. This webinar will examine and demonstrate the importance of having leaders in the justice system with a high degree of emotional intelligence.
Webinars with this Speaker
- July 12: Emotionally Intelligence Leadership for Criminal Justice Professionals (this webinar)
- Sept 29: The Impact of Leadership on Organizational Culture and Morale
Resources and Handouts
- Handout: How Do You Know if You Need a Coach
- Handout: 6 Skills That Will Increase Your Emotional Intelligence
- Handout: 7 Quick Tips to Be More Charismatic
- “He was very clear on the topic and had slides that were very explanatory. He is a very accomplished, bright, and energetic presenter!” — Alfreda
- “How I can work on becoming a stronger more focused leader by developing my E.I. I really enjoyed this topic today. Thank you.” — Patricia
- “Very knowledgeable! Thank you for the cheat sheets on what to practice.” — Lori
- “One of the best webinars I have ever attended! I thought I was going to be lulled off to sleep due to the topic but the speaker kept the energy up and was incredibly informational. I have been very unhappy with my job b/c it is not engaging enough and I’m not comfortable with management, but this gave me the courage to text my supervisor for additional responsibilities. Lastly, I will definitely attend your webinars in the future and look forward to what you have in store.” — Rose
- “To improve my listening skills and take time to respond to questions and comments. Thank you!” — Symie
The American Society of Evidence–Based Policing is a non-profit organization started by working police officers designed to drive the national conversation towards ensuring that the least harmful, most effective, fairest, and safest strategies are employed to prevent crime, reduce harm, and improve community wellness.