Leadership through Understanding Human Behavior Training Program (LTUHB)Up one level
To provide law enforcement leaders with a training vehicle that can help them develop more effective workgroups and teams. Participants will develop a better understanding of themselves, interpersonal dynamics, and how their strengths, weaknesses, and roles within workgroups and teams affect a mission's outcome. Participants learn how to adapt and capitalize on each other's strengths in order to have more effective mission outcomes. This program is can be customized based on the specific needs of the customer.
"Emotional intelligence" and "people skills" are competencies needed in every employee. Organizations that recognize the importance of developing their people in these areas benefit by having more productive working relationships, better outcomes, communications, less conflict, and enhanced personal satisfaction in their workgroups and teams. The first step in this journey is for team members to understand themselves. The program starts by developing emotional self-awareness and the ability to recognize behavioral styles in order to build relationships. As workgroups/members start to develop an understanding of the strengths and benefits associated with behavioral styles and value systems, collectively they start to develop strategies to effectively to accomplish goals. This information can be used to establish more effective workgroups and teams by capitalizing on the strengths each individual brings to the group. More specifically, training can yield valuable information on the particular aspects of the team's development process.
Length: 3 class days, 24 training hours
- DISC (Understanding Behavioral Diversity) Communication Skills The One Minute Manager/SL®II (Ken Blanchard Companies)
- Attitudes / Values and L/E Ethics
- Leadership Application Exercises (Note: Students will receive after-hours assignments in this program.)
This program can be exported to an agency- specific work site. Using this option provides the agency with a unique opportunity to provide on-site high quality training at a substantial savings to the agency. The agency saves in the budget areas of transportation costs, per diem, and housing costs per student.
To ensure that the specific needs and concerns of law enforcement supervisors and managers are addressed, LIB's management and instructional staff are themselves former law enforcement leaders representative of a variety of law enforcement organizations. Combined, LIB's staff has over 200 years of service to law enforcement. LIB instructors have held positions as former Federal Senior Executive Service (SES), Superintendent of State Police, Command and Management officials, and Special Agents-in-Charge from organizations such as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Inspector-General community, National Park Service, National Security Agency, U.S. Customs Training Academy, and the United States Park Police. Additionally, instructors hold a variety of certifications from nationally and internationally renowned leadership training and development companies such as the Ken Blanchard Companies, Inc. FranklinCovey Company, Inc., Target Training International, and High Performing Systems, Inc. Our staff is proud to represent all branches of the Armed Forces.
Prerequisites for Attendance
This program is designed as a career development tool and attendence is determined by participating agency needs.
On-line registration is currently not available for this program. To register contact the FLETC's Training Resources Coordination Division at 912-267-2269 or by Fax at 912-267-3323.
The program can be adapted to meet the needs at every level of an organization.
For additional information on this program, contact the LTUHB Program Manager at 912-267-2073 or LIB's Training Technician at 912-267-2153, or by Email at FLETC-LawEnforcementLeadershipInstitute@dhs.gov
- G_LTUHB-304 / Glynco, GA -- Sep 24, 2013 to Sep 26, 2013
- G_LTHUB-403 / Glynco, GA -- Apr 22, 2014 to Apr 24, 2014
- G_LTHUB-404 / Glynco, GA -- May 20, 2014 to May 22, 2014
- G_LTHUB-405 / Glynco, GA -- Jul 08, 2014 to Jul 10, 2014
- G_LTHUB-406 / Glynco, GA -- Sep 23, 2014 to Sep 25, 2014