Civility, What is the cost?
October 6 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am PDT
An interactive discussion on the physical, emotional, and psychological impacts of incivility on an individual in the workplace and the damaging effects it has on an organization. As leaders of our organizations, what can we do to create a culture of civility? How can we improve the psychological safety of our employees?, Presented by Chris Lee, Connell PD. Class Location: Classroom H.
Chris Lee is a municipal law enforcement executive in Washington state with over 21 years of experience in law enforcement. His work experiences have allowed him to strengthen his abilities in many aspects of municipal law enforcement services to include, leadership, training, management, administration, field operations, criminal investigation, crime prevention, records management, 911 communications, and budget. He has served in many different roles to include officer, detective, instructor, field training officer, sergeant, lieutenant, commander, and manager of Benton County Emergency Services. He is a graduate of the 273 session of the FBI National Academy. Prior to serving in law enforcement, he served our country in the United States Marine Corps. He is married to his wife Julie, who is also in law enforcement, and they have three children.
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