Flashcards in Week 4 Deck (51):
Emotional leadership identifies emotions as:
In order to become a stronger, more effective leader we must learn to harness the emotions of _________ and ___________.
Yourself and others
_____ empowers you to lead.
_________ ___________ entails opening oneself, committing to it, accepting responsibility, becoming vulnerable, taking calculated risks and discovering your connections to others.
________ _________ don't take the time to get to know their people.
Visible leadership is comprised of your ________ and your _______.
Emotions and actions
Our _______ put the emotions of ourselves and others into motion. They enable our vision and they define our leadership. This extends from the police department out into the community.
__________ is a set of things you do.
_______ ________ is doing a lot of small things very well day, after day, after day!
How do you assess our leadership level?
Ask yourself how you handle crisis and risk.
Leadership is a journey --- You must:
Put it into action.
Without _____ there can be no real leadership.
Difference between responsibility and accountability.
Responsibility can be given. Accountability must be taken.
Three Pillars of Leadership Success
Three Demons of Effective Leadership
Arbitrariness - Actions without thought
Capriciousness - improper pattern
Sloth - lazy, neglect
In order to be an effective leader one must have:
Who decides if you're a leader?
_______ MUST be established early in the leader-subordinate relationship.
How does law enforcement Leadership differ from the corporate world?
Most visible public agency
People assume they can do our job
Highest liability agency
Highest risk agency
Deprive citizens of liberty and life
Situational volatility (adaptive expertise)
Proficiency in managing rapidly changing, chaotic or unanticipated events
Three eras of policing
Political Era 1850-1930
Reform Era 1930-1980
Community Policing Era 1980-2001
What's the name of the new policing era?
New Professionalism Era 2001 - Present
A data driven movement that once again started to isolate the police from the public
New Professionalism Era
The Four Leadership Demands of the New Policing Era
In order for law enforcement to have legitimacy, the public must have _________ and _______ in the police.
Trust and confidence
For intelligence driven policing to be successful, you must have:
Relentless follow up
Authority is defined as:
The Power to Act
__________ are predominantly concerned with prescribed duties.
The most common leadership style for new supervisors is:
________ is the crucible of greatness
As a leader, you have stake in the ___________ of you police department and its __________ in the community.
Reputation and standing
What are the three sub-cultures in every organization.
The three dimensions of career movement:
When a leadership vacuum exists, or is perceived, a line level culture may soon develop. This area of organizational failure is known as:
Leaders have no choice but to communicate, so they must learn to:
Manage their message.
The most powerful means of communication
(Primary way to communicate your convictions)
What you pay attention to on a daily basis
The only time most organizations are open to change is:
When a crisis threatens
Equally important to leadership is credibility. If people do not believe the messenger they will ______ believe the message.
Great leaders will never changing an organization or unit without first:
Understanding why the change is needed
Whether the personnel system is oriented to help
Instilling a sense of urgency
________ is easy to lose and hard to win back.
Failed attempts at leading change often produce:
Loss of Trust
Deterioration in Morale
Power is derived from several sources:
Ability to Hand Out Rewards
Leadership Core Competencies
Extends influence beyond chain of command
Leads by example
Creates a positive organizational climate
Three Levels of Organizational Leadership
Direct Level Leadership
Organizational Level Leadership
Strategic Level Leadership (exists at the highest levels of an organization)
Toxic Management and Barriers to Effective Leadership
Acting on Misguided Assumptions
____________________ would prevent gypsy or rogue officers from migrating to different agencies. Recommended by the IACP to help with transparency and legitimacy with the community.
Certified Officers Clearinghouse
Leaders can expect what they _______.
Leadership function which is not for the risk averse.
Collaborative tactics for conflict management:
Non threatening negotiations
Compromise tactics for conflict management:
Find middle ground