Leading at the Speed of Trust

Are you paying "trust taxes?"

In order to support law enforcement services across Canada during these uncertain times, the Canadian Police College, in collaboration with FranklinCovey, is pleased to offer the Leading at the Speed of Trust virtual workshop, at no cost to your organization.

Monday, March 29th and Tuesday, March 30th, 2021
09:30 to 17:30 EST

I contend that the first job of policing is to inspire trust. And the second job is to extend trust – that is, to give it to others.

Stephen M. R. Covey
Renowned Author of the book: "The 7 habits of Highly Effective People".

Contrary to what most people believe, trust is not a soft, elusive quality that you either have or you don't. It is a learnable skill with a measurable impact.

Police officers, public servants and civilians working in law enforcement organizations that earn high trust are able to communicate with transparency to their leaders, teams, and community. And while trust is always an important skill for them to develop, it is of paramount importance during a global pandemic and discussions surrounding systemic racism.

Join us on March 29th and 30th for the Leading at the Speed of Trust workshop that will be facilitated through a series of interactive webinars. The sessions will be led by Scott Kimerer, a former police chief with an impressive 38-year career in policing.

You will learn to:

You will also learn how others perceive your trustworthiness from a 360o feedback survey.

Please register to participate.

Seats are limited. Your name may be added to a waiting list.

Participants will receiving additional information from FranklinCovey a few weeks before the workshop.

For additional information, please contact

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