Effective Leadership in Policing: Successful Traits and Habits by Joseph A. Schafer,

"Effective Leadership in Policing" examines the traits and habits of effective police leaders using survey data collected from over 1,800 mid-career police supervisors attending the prestigious FBI National Academy program in Quantico, VA. The book emphasizes eight traits supervisors identified with effective police leaders, including: honesty and integrity; listening and communication; delegation and empowerment; interpersonal skills; trust and fairness; taking action; innovation and growth; and, leading by example. Attention is also given to the traits and habits of ineffective police leaders, those who are in positions where they should be able to provide a positive influence in their workplace, but fail to do so.

 Joseph A. Schafer is a Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Southern Illinois University Carbondale?.

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