Dare To Be Great Leadership: Strategies to Help Build and Sustain a Culture of Leading, Learning and Excellence
Course Description: Great organizations are intentional and deliberate about building strong cultures and putting strategies in place to sustain that culture. Strong culture and courageous leadership do not happen by chance. Both are critical in today’s world where retention and recruiting are challenges facing every organization as they are the best recruitment and retention tools you have.
Course Length: This two-day workshop is applicable for people of all ranks and assignments and explores key strategies for building and sustaining a culture of Leading, Learning and Excellence built on a foundation of Curiosity, Candor, Belonging and Core Values.
Course Description: Dare to Be Great is a philosophy focused on growing the courage to embrace excellence, fight mediocrity, say no to the status quo, stop chasing best practices and strive for greatness in your life, your training, the people you train and your organization.
Course Length: This is an 8-hour workshop.
Dare To Be Great Leadership 2.0: Continuing the Journey of Building a Culture of Leading, Learning and Excellence
Course Description: After completing the Dare to Be Great: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Leading workshop and implementing what they learned many people asked, “What’s next?” They were looking for more tools, tactics and strategies to implement in their journey of creating a great culture in their piece of their organization, and in their organization as a whole. This desire to learn more was the inspiration for Dare to Be Great Leadership 2.0: Continuing the Journey of Building a Culture of Leading, Learning and Excellence.
Course Length: This 8-hour workshop can serve as a standalone training or as a follow-up to Dare to Be Great: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Leading.
Course Description: Excellence in Training is designed to help academy, in-service and field trainers as well as frontline leaders develop the skills and understanding to build and sustain a culture of learning and excellence in their organization.
Course Length: Excellence in Training can be presented in a number of formats:
- 8 Hour workshop
- 3 Day Course (includes an overview of Performance Enhancement Imagery)
- 5 day Course (includes and deep dive into Performance Enhancement Imagery)
Course Description: Performance Enhancement Imagery is a unique and powerful course built by a trainer with 30 years of experience working with public safety professionals and athletes to help coaches and trainers prepare the mind of their officers and athletes for where their bodies may have to go.
Course Length: Three days (24 hours).
Course Description: “Lessons From Life’s Most Powerful Question” is a customized presentation to fit the needs of your organization or event. The presentation is built on Life’s Most Powerful Question – What’s Important Now? The W.I.N. philosophy can be applied to any area of life.
Past customized presentations have been built on themes such as Wellness, Personal Accountability, Leadership, Dealing With Change and Dealing With Life’s Challenges.
Course Length: Can be delivered as a keynote presentation ranging from 45 to 60 minutes, a 4-hour conference general session or break out session, or a full-day workshop, or you can let us know what your needs are and we will build the presentation to suit your needs.
Course Description: This ground fighting instructor course is designed to provide law enforcement trainers with principles, concepts, skills and techniques necessary to train their officers in a simple and effective system for winning on and from the ground. This program will help trainers realize that the ground is simply another place to win a fight.
Course Description: The PPCT Pressure Point Control Tactics course was the first subject control system designed based on tactical, legal and medical research. It was originally developed as a supplement to existing defensive tactics or impact weapon systems. The course focuses on two primary areas: controlling low-level resistance with finger tip touch pressure to nerve pressure points and controlling high-level resistance with defensive counter strikes and the baton, which produce motor dysfunctions and controlled stuns.