Category: Law Enforcement

Employment | September 13, 2017

Tension: The Need for Healthy Communication

As an Organizational Leader you cannot underestimate the power of ongoing, informative communication. Once positions are taken, assumptions are made, and tensions solidified, the results can be disastrous. I was […]

Law Enforcement | August 1, 2017

What is wrong with you?

Published in Star News, a publication for Law Enforcement personnel. How many times have we asked that question of someone? How many times have we asked ourselves; “Why did I […]

Employment | April 2, 2017

Three Pillars of Trust

I write a regular article for STAR News, a publication for Law Enforcement Personnel. While directed at Law Enforcement I quickly realized how this applies to organizational leadership as well. […]

Law Enforcement | February 1, 2017

Consequences

I was asked to write a 400 word article for the Star News with the purpose of addressing suicide among Law Enforcement personnel. This short article was meant to lead […]

Employment | January 30, 2016

Major “Down in Flames” Fail

One hasty decision can lead to some really poor actions, and those actions can have consequences that will change the course of your life. On August 17, 2015, the headline […]

Employment | November 23, 2014

Lessons from Hawaii

I was once again asked to write a short piece for Star News, a publication for law enforcement. This article will be published August 2011. Life has a funny way […]

Law Enforcement | September 27, 2014

Equilibrium

This past October, I was once again asked to write a short article for Star News after California lost four Law Enforcement Officers in the line of duty. With each […]

Law Enforcement | June 13, 2014

The Reverberation Principle

I was asked once again to write a 400 word article for Star News. A monthly publication for Law Enforcement personnel. Here it is. Easily stated, “You get what you […]

Law Enforcement | March 22, 2014

The Right Question

Originally Published in Star News. A monthly publication for Law Enforcement personnel. Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. […]

Law Enforcement | August 21, 2013

Connected (LASD)

Adapted for a Los Angeles Sheriff Department Publication I just accomplished in four minutes and fifty-three seconds what ten years ago would have taken days. Why, because I am connected. […]