Seminar Title

First Line Supervision

Dates of Events

02/22/2022 through 02/24/2022

Last Updated: 11/23/2021
Instructor(s): Danny Price
Location: ILEAS Training Center - 1701 E Main Street, Urbana, IL 61802
Hotel: Comfort Suites, Urbana - 2001 N. Lincoln, Urbana, IL 61801
Course Registration Fee: $295
Instructor Bio
Danny Price
Danny Price is a veteran of law enforcement and leadership instruction. He began his policing career with the Indiana State Police in 1986 as a trooper in Southern Indiana and has worked his way through the ranks of sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and major. His 34+ years of law enforcement include 26 in leadership positions giving him a unique view of management, leadership, and supervision from the perspective of a first-line supervisor to that of top management.
Danny strives to bring innovation, candor, and thought-provoking methods of instruction to the classroom. He has taught leadership development in his agency for over 14 years and has been an adjunct instructor for Vincennes University. Danny holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Indiana and a Master’s degree from Indiana University. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s Command Officer Development Course from the University of Louisville and the 194th session of the FBI National Academy. He also instructs through The Price Consulting Group L. L.C.
Course Objectives
Course Overview:
1. Open communication between leader and follower. Increase the frequency and quality of conversations about performance and development between you and the people with whom you work.
2. Identify and define the characteristics of the “6 Performance Levels” you will encounter with your followers on their path to peak performance.
3. Discover the ability to diagnose the performance level variables of “Demonstrated Ability” and “Engagement” along with confidence and motivation in your followers to determine an appropriate leadership response.
4. Teach others how to provide their own direction and support through self-awareness.
5. Value and honor the need for requisite variety of leadership responses in the workplace to provide the balance needed to achieve peak performance.
6. Enhance performance through better understanding of yourself and others by completing and using the DISC behavioral model.
7. Provide leadership behavior diagnostics to make more effective decisions in leading people.
8. Identify poor performance indicators and provide guidance to effectively lead and manage the disheartened and toxic employee.

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