Strategies for Building Motivated, Resilient and Invested Teams
Plano, Texas, USA
Employee engagement is extremely beneficial to any workplace. But what does it really mean for the law enforcement profession, where suicides occur in greater number than on-duty deaths? It means that managing for employee engagement is not only beneficial. It is essential.
This high-impact one-day workshop is aimed for law enforcement leaders interested in learning how to build a more resilient agency. It gives managers a framework and practical tools to engage, motivate and retain employees by addressing primary causes of job misery.
Studies show, an employee's relationship with their direct manager is the most important determinant to employee satisfaction, more than pay, benefits and work-life balance. Managers willing to make the commitment will learn how to create a working environment that enables employees to maximize their potential and:
- Find fulfillment and passion in their work
- Show more attention to detail and quality
- Collaborate effectively with the colleagues
- Develop a sense of ownership and pride in their work
- Assist in areas outside of their own responsibility
- Stay within the agency (thereby, reducing turnover)
- Help attract other quality employees
Tuition includes all instruction and handouts. Lodging and meals are excluded. Course is limited to 35 participants.
- $250 ILEA member
- $300 Non-member
Dr. Galia Cohen is the Director of the Division of Public Administration and an Assistant Professor at Tarleton State University. She specializes in organizational development and human resource management and has more than 10 years of experience in teaching, training and consulting in the public sector.
Dr. Cohen develops and conducts leadership development workshops and programs for government employees across the United States. Her training topics include negotiation and conflict management, employee engagement, ethical use of power, effective communication and public speaking, professional writing skills, collaborative leadership, managing multigenerational and diverse workforces and many more.
Dr. Cohen holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from The University of Texas at Dallas, M.A. in Organizational Sociology from Bar-¬Ilan University, Israel, and B.A. in Psychology also from Bar-¬Ilan University, Israel. She has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and her research interests include law enforcement collaboration, strategic human resource management, organizational culture, and public safety administration.
8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Law enforcement personnel attending this course are eligible for twelve (12) hours of Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) credit.
Course Cancellation Policy
Occasionally, the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA) may be forced to cancel a scheduled program. Whenever possible, the decision to cancel is made at least fourteen days prior to the start of the program, and registered participants are notified once that decision has been made. If the distance to the training site requires that you make airline and/or hotel reservations, please contact ILEA (+1.972.244.3430) to inquire about the status of any program before making travel arrangements. While paid registrations in cancelled courses will be refunded in full, ILEA will not be responsible for monetary loss due to cancellations or changes in airline or hotel reservations.
The Institute for Law Enforcement Administration provides professional education and technical support to the law enforcement community.
A registrant in an ILEA program must be a sworn officer; a civilian employee of a law enforcement department; or an employee of a municipal, county or state agency.
Anyone interested in attending an ILEA program who does not meet the above standard requirements will need to request advance approval. Such requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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