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Leading 401: Case studies Simulations for LE Leaders Part 2

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About the course

Leading 401 – Leadership Applications for Law Enforcement Leaders (Case Study Simulations Part 2) – is an intensive interactive, multi-media course using case studies, discussion, and role rehearsal exercises that apply leader influence skills. Leading 401 applies, using case studies, information presented in Leading 101, Leading 201, Leading 301 and other leadership courses taught by Brian Crandell at NVCJTA. This highly regarded training uses case studies to apply the most current understanding of how leaders and supervisors can effectively influence the performance of the officers who they work with. The class will prepare leaders and supervisors to build and deliver effective performance improvement techniques using case studies and evidence-based leader actions. The course will provide state of the art thinking processes that include setting professional level work standards, meaningful performance evaluations, and progressive corrective action. This program helps supervisors and leaders improve their effectiveness, while getting the most from available leader time and resources. Evidence-based decision support leadership methods are a focus of this course.
Participants will be immersed in case study role rehearsal simulation learning and practicing the very best, evidence based leadership methods in a “Learn it today, use it tomorrow” format.

Your Instructor: Dr. Brian Crandell
Dr. Brian Crandell completed his POST Basic Law Enforcement Academy in California in 1980. He served as a law enforcement officer in Wyoming with assignments in the southwest. His assignments included patrol, narcotics investigations, FTO, supervision, and training. His experience in narcotics investigations includes an imbedded assignment under an assumed identity with a multi-agency joint task force operating in several states. Brian has been an instructor for more than 40 years, and has instructed scenario-based field operations, incident command, and leadership in-role simulation training for public safety and business operations since 1985. He provides Leadership Academy training programs for agencies in several states.
Brian’s areas of focus include evidence based best practices in behavioral-based supervision and leadership, assessment and selection, scenario-based performance training, incident command, patrol operations, officer safety, and Use of Force(legal, and firearms). He is a developer of the Performance LeadershipTM Diagnostic and Analytic process. He provides customized training programs for local, state and federal agencies.
Brian has taught incident command and critical incident management using a simulation-based, multi-discipline, unified command approach focused on the safety of the public and responding officers and the return of normalcy to communities. During his law enforcement career, he also worked in the fire service, studying local incident management systems with Fire Chief Alan V. Brunacini. Brian served as a responding command officer for 22 years.

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