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Enhancing Clerical and Office Staff Support Personnel Job Skills
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This is a one-day seminar designed for personnel who are employed within law enforcement agencies, who serve as clerical support, administrative assistants, or various other support roles. The seminar has as its goal to increase attendee’s job efficiency, as well as relationships with supervisors, co-workers and the public. Even though this seminar is designed for personnel within LE agencies, the information has an application for support personnel in other governmental departments.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/13/2018
When: 9/13/18
8:30 a.m.
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MACP Headquarters
3474 Alaiedon Pkwy
Suite 600
Okemos, Michigan  48864
United States
Presenter: Chief (Ret.) Phil Ludos
Contact: MACP Staff
(517) 349-9420


Online registration is available until: 9/12/2018
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The Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police

Presents

 

ENHANCING CLERICAL AND OFFICE STAFF SUPPORT PERSONNEL JOB SKILLS

 

 September 13, 2018                                             MACP Headquarters

 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.                                           3474 Alaiedon Pkwy., Suite 600, Okemos, MI  48864 

 Cost: $160

Instructor:

Chief (Ret.) Phil Ludos

Chief Ludos began his police career in 1970, having held assignments as a detective, undercover investigator, motorcycle officer, mountain bike officer, training officer and has served as a police chief for five departments. He also served as a city manager and assistant city manager.  In addition, his military career included a variety of assignments and he left the military as a Captain after serving from 1966 thru 1972 during the Viet Nam war. He has authored numerous articles and has instructed at the University and College level since 1977; including the University of Michigan and Concordia University in Ann Arbor Michigan.  He is a former Team Leader of Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc.  He is currently a training consultant.

 

Topics covered:

 

• Their role within the organization and how they contribute to the overall goals of the organization
• The importance of knowing what the administrator/supervisor expects
• Recognizing the significance of understanding the community dynamics and influence actors
• How to deal with disgruntled and angry citizens, and ways to ease tempers and
  tensions
• Internal forces that can create pressure and tension within an organization
• When you should or should not speak for the chief/director
• Ways to improve your verbal communications skills and words that can calm or
  increase tensions
• Handling ethical dilemmas
• Liability issues that may impact your position
• Ways to handle confidential matters/information
• Basic conflict resolution techniques

 M A C P

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