Executive Development Institute
Mark your Calendar! March 23-26, 2020 at the University of Nevada, Reno
The 3½ day Institute is the only leadership training developed specifically for campus public safety officers; it will take place March 23-26, 2020 at the University of Nevada, Reno. Whether your agency is sworn or non-sworn, public or private, two-year or four-year, EDI is for you. The course is deliberately kept small. Please register early to guarantee a seat!
The 2019 curriculum included principles of leadership, managing staff, effective communications, accountability, organizational management, and other valuable sessions! Check back in the fall for more on the 2020 curriculum.
Chiefs and directors: EDI is tailored for you. But it is also a valuable investment in the professional development of standout members of your leadership team. If you cultivate leaders within your agency and want to boost the leadership potential of your most talented staff, then EDI is for those personnel.
“I highly recommend the IACLEA Executive Development Institute for all leaders,” said IACLEA member Bill Woods, director of public safety at San Mateo County Community College District (California). “Top-notch training. Chief Perry [Florida State University] and his staff were great hosts.”
Captain Earl W. Scharff, Idaho State University Public Safety Department, echoed that reaction: “I feel the IACLEA EDI class is a must for any campus law enforcement/public safety supervisor,” he said. “The topics were very informative and delivered by powerful motivated speakers. The topic of leading individuals from various generations was extremely valuable since our work forces have multiple generations working together as a team, and they all have different methods of being supervised.”
EDI offers focused course work to develop your agency’s future leaders, thereby boosting succession planning, reducing liability, and improving the positive perception of the department.
Read the great things that EDI 2019 participants had to say!
We thank Allied Universal for their generous support of the EDI program!