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Law Enforcement Leadership Academy

LAW ENFORCEMENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

WHAT YOU GET

6 Sessions

  • Tuesday, September 12, 2017
  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 3, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 17, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017
  • Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

6 Leadership Playbooks
Leadership Certificate
Over 21 Hours of Training
Affordable – Special Law Enforcement Pricing
Fortune 100 – Executive Level Training
CEO Coaches – 4-Time President & CEO

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

  1. Build Solid Business Skills
  2. Gain More Confidence
  3. Project Management Skills
  4. Become a Better Leader
  5. Give Better Presentations
  6. Immediate Results
  7. Expert Coaches
  8. Performa at Your Best

ACADEMY AGENDA

Kickoff & Session 1 – High Performance Leadership Model, Leadership Theories & Styles

  • Leading People & Teams
  • Managing Tasks & Projects
  • Coaching & Mentoring Individuals
  • Understanding Leadership Theories & Styles
  • Establish Your Department Leadership Style

Session 2 – Vision & Planning, High Performance Teams

  • Create a Leadership Vision & Develop a Plan
    Organize a Team for Optimal Performance
  • Learn 6 Steps to Developing a High Performance Team

Session 3 – Persuasive Speaking

  • Learn the Fundamentals of Effective Verbal Communications
  • Engage Team Members and Enthuse Them
  • Organize Your Perspective in a Clear & Concise Manner
  • Leverage Your Body, Eyes & Voice
  • Use the Proper Mechanics to Convey a Message

Session 4 – Task & Project Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB Project Management Model
  • Follow a Process for Task & Project Management
  • Identifying Challenges, Developing & Executing a Plan
  • Manage Chaos, Conflict & Confusion

Session 5 – Employee Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB People Management Model
  • Manage People Through the Employee Lifecycle
  • Develop & Engage People to Perform & Retain

Session 6 & Graduation – Financial Management, Self Management

  • Understand Your Budget & How to Make Decisions
  • Learn Management Techniques to Perform at Your Best
SIGN UP TODAY

“The goal of the Law Enforcement Leadership Academy, LELA, was to build core leadership and executive skills in Today’s Police Lieutenants.  You and your team at velocityHUB exceeded my expectations. I was certainly a bit skeptical that a civilian businessman would be able to teach leadership to a bunch of cops. However, your excellent business leadership skills and impressive resume undoubtedly give you the strong foundation to develop this Academy. Thankfully, you have a sense of humor as well. I was most impressed how you tailored the classes into a law enforcement model and engaged us to share our experiences. It was not simply learning the differences between leaders and managers or what embodies a good leader.  Instead, we developed skills such as Persuasive Speaking, Problem / Opportunity Identification, Project Management, Budget Management, Business Writing and Team Building. The topics covered are extremely advantageous to today’s law enforcement leaders portfolios. Although this academy consisted solely of Lieutenants, I would highly recommend the class to Captains, Deputies and Chiefs of Police alike!!”

Lieutenant Tad Dionne, Hudson NH Police Department

“Having  been promoted twice I found that after my first promotion to sergeant we received training on procedural issues, which was helpful but what would have also been helpful would have been some training on management of people. When you transition from the patrol ranks into a supervisory position, in one day,  you go from a line patrol officer or detective to a supervisor of line patrol officers or detectives, in some cases you are supervising the same officers that you were working alongside the day before.  This can be challenging to say the least and having some insight into how to manage personnel and personnel issues would have been beneficial.  Your LELA class offered just that, excellent insight into how to manage people in a manner that recognizes the generational differences between today’s emerging work force and those of us that have “been around a while.” The LELA class provided guidance on how to deal with our differences while promoting a productive work environment. After my promotion to Lieutenant, I found myself very much removed from the day-to-day police work that I was accustomed to being involved with or supervising over the previous 19 years.  I found myself in a much more administrative role that was quite foreign to me.  I was being asked to speak at the State House regarding law changes,  I was being told that changes I wanted to make did not work in the budget (that I knew nothing about) and I was being tasked with long term project management for grant money that had been acquired. All of these things were somewhat daunting to me as they were certainly not on par with the police work that I had become very comfortable doing and supervising.  LELA addressed each of these issues, public speaking, project management and budgets.  The class gave me a better understanding of what I needed to learn and do to become a better police administrator. It was clear to me during the months of the LELA class that you had done your homework.  You certainly researched police administrations and what training was and was not being offered to officers as they “moved up the ranks”.  You also must have done some research on the “culture” of police departments because you certainly seemed to have a grasp on where we were coming from and what type of environment we were working in.  To be able to interact with and  reach a group of ten 15+ year cops in the way that you have is a testament to the work you did before the class and your ability to make the subject material relevant,  interesting and to be honest,  in most cases, fun.  I would certainly recommend the class that I took to any Lieutenant. I hope that you continue with LELA and expand it for newly promoted Sergeants & also command staff level police administrators.“

Lieutenant Nicole Ledoux, Manchester NH Police Department

“This is more of a thank you letter than a testimonial.

First off, I want to thank you for taking on the task and deciding to teach this particular class.  Because of the LELA and your instruction, I have become a better leader, a better law enforcement officer, and most of all a better person. The LELA has inspired me to push myself further than I have ever expected.  All the material was well organized and well-presented.  You instructed each session with enthusiasm and motivation.  You also pushed us to participate (which is not easy with a room full of cops) and you were able to fuel healthy debates. The LELA has been one of the best trainings I have taken in my 22 years of law enforcement experience.  Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to attend trainings and seminars all over the country.  I can honestly say the LELA is the only training I was able to apply what I have learned to both my professional career and personal life. So THANK YOU Brendan for everything and thank you for deciding to continue with this training.”

Lieutenant Jason Lucontoni, Hudson NH Police Department

Law Enforcement Executive Academy

LAW ENFORCEMENT EXECUTIVE ACADEMY

WHAT YOU GET

6 Sessions

  • Thursday, September 14, 2017
  • Thursday, September 21, 2017
  • Thursday, October 5, 2017
  • Thursday, October 19, 2017
  • Thursday, November 2, 2017
  • Thursday, November 16, 2017

6 Leadership Playbooks
Leadership Certificate
Over 21 Hours of Training
Affordable – Special Law Enforcement Pricing
Fortune 100 – Executive Level Training
CEO Coaches – 4-Time President & CEO

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

  1. Build Solid Business Skills
  2. Gain More Confidence
  3. Project Management Skills
  4. Become a Better Leader
  5. Give Better Presentations
  6. Immediate Results
  7. Expert Coaches
  8. Performa at Your Best

ACADEMY AGENDA

Kickoff & Session 1 – Executive Presence & Brand

  • Learn the 7 Dimensions of Executive Presence
  • Understand an Organizational & Executive Brand
  • Build an Executive Brand Plan
  • Possess Magnetism, Influence Others & Develop Charisma

Session 2 – Strategic Planning

  • Learn the Definition & Importance of Strategy
  • Understand the Key Drivers of Strategy
  • Learn & Understand a Proven Strategic Planning Process
  • Develop a Strategic Plan
  • Learn from Examples of Successful Strategic Plans

Session 3 – Executive Presentations

  • Understand What Makes a Presentation Executive-Level
  • Learn How to Structure & Deliver an Executive Presentation
  • Learn & Use New Presentation Platforms
  • Develop More Influential Presentations to Get Results

Session 4 – Culture & Team Engagement

  • Understand What Culture Is & How to Identify It
  • Learn from Good & Bad Culture Examples
  • Engage Teams in a Differentiated Way
  • Teach Your Team How to Be Good Teammates

Session 5 – Executive Speaking

  • Develop the Ability to Present Like an Executive
  • Break Through Some of Your Presentation Habits
  • Leverage Physical Elements to Maximize Message
  • Develop the Ability to Handle the Q&A

Session 6 & Graduation – Coaching & Performance Management

  • Understand a Coaching Model and Process for Developing
  • Identify Leader Skill Gaps & Create a Plan to Improve Skills
  • Develop Coaching Skills and Execution
  • Understand Strategies to Incentivize & Motivate
SIGN UP TODAY

“The goal of the Law Enforcement Leadership Academy, LELA, was to build core leadership and executive skills in Today’s Police Lieutenants.  You and your team at velocityHUB exceeded my expectations. I was certainly a bit skeptical that a civilian businessman would be able to teach leadership to a bunch of cops. However, your excellent business leadership skills and impressive resume undoubtedly give you the strong foundation to develop this Academy. Thankfully, you have a sense of humor as well. I was most impressed how you tailored the classes into a law enforcement model and engaged us to share our experiences. It was not simply learning the differences between leaders and managers or what embodies a good leader.  Instead, we developed skills such as Persuasive Speaking, Problem / Opportunity Identification, Project Management, Budget Management, Business Writing and Team Building. The topics covered are extremely advantageous to today’s law enforcement leaders portfolios. Although this academy consisted solely of Lieutenants, I would highly recommend the class to Captains, Deputies and Chiefs of Police alike!!”

Lieutenant Tad Dionne, Hudson NH Police Department

“Having  been promoted twice I found that after my first promotion to sergeant we received training on procedural issues, which was helpful but what would have also been helpful would have been some training on management of people. When you transition from the patrol ranks into a supervisory position, in one day,  you go from a line patrol officer or detective to a supervisor of line patrol officers or detectives, in some cases you are supervising the same officers that you were working alongside the day before.  This can be challenging to say the least and having some insight into how to manage personnel and personnel issues would have been beneficial.  Your LELA class offered just that, excellent insight into how to manage people in a manner that recognizes the generational differences between today’s emerging work force and those of us that have “been around a while.” The LELA class provided guidance on how to deal with our differences while promoting a productive work environment. After my promotion to Lieutenant, I found myself very much removed from the day-to-day police work that I was accustomed to being involved with or supervising over the previous 19 years.  I found myself in a much more administrative role that was quite foreign to me.  I was being asked to speak at the State House regarding law changes,  I was being told that changes I wanted to make did not work in the budget (that I knew nothing about) and I was being tasked with long term project management for grant money that had been acquired. All of these things were somewhat daunting to me as they were certainly not on par with the police work that I had become very comfortable doing and supervising.  LELA addressed each of these issues, public speaking, project management and budgets.  The class gave me a better understanding of what I needed to learn and do to become a better police administrator. It was clear to me during the months of the LELA class that you had done your homework.  You certainly researched police administrations and what training was and was not being offered to officers as they “moved up the ranks”.  You also must have done some research on the “culture” of police departments because you certainly seemed to have a grasp on where we were coming from and what type of environment we were working in.  To be able to interact with and  reach a group of ten 15+ year cops in the way that you have is a testament to the work you did before the class and your ability to make the subject material relevant,  interesting and to be honest,  in most cases, fun.  I would certainly recommend the class that I took to any Lieutenant. I hope that you continue with LELA and expand it for newly promoted Sergeants & also command staff level police administrators.“

Lieutenant Nicole Ledoux, Manchester NH Police Department

“This is more of a thank you letter than a testimonial.

First off, I want to thank you for taking on the task and deciding to teach this particular class.  Because of the LELA and your instruction, I have become a better leader, a better law enforcement officer, and most of all a better person. The LELA has inspired me to push myself further than I have ever expected.  All the material was well organized and well-presented.  You instructed each session with enthusiasm and motivation.  You also pushed us to participate (which is not easy with a room full of cops) and you were able to fuel healthy debates. The LELA has been one of the best trainings I have taken in my 22 years of law enforcement experience.  Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to attend trainings and seminars all over the country.  I can honestly say the LELA is the only training I was able to apply what I have learned to both my professional career and personal life. So THANK YOU Brendan for everything and thank you for deciding to continue with this training.”

Lieutenant Jason Lucontoni, Hudson NH Police Department

Fire Service Executive Academy

FIRE SERVICE EXECUTIVE ACADEMY

WHAT YOU GET

6 Sessions

  • Thursday, September 14, 2017
  • Thursday, September 21, 2017
  • Thursday, October 5, 2017
  • Thursday, October 19, 2017
  • Thursday, November 2, 2017
  • Thursday, November 16, 2017

6 Leadership Playbooks
Leadership Certificate
Over 21 Hours of Training
Affordable – Special Law Enforcement Pricing
Fortune 100 – Executive Level Training
CEO Coaches – 4-Time President & CEO

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

  1. Build Solid Business Skills
  2. Gain More Confidence
  3. Project Management Skills
  4. Become a Better Leader
  5. Give Better Presentations
  6. Immediate Results
  7. Expert Coaches
  8. Performa at Your Best

ACADEMY AGENDA

Kickoff & Session 1 – High Performance Leadership Model, Leadership Theories & Styles

  • Leading People & Teams
  • Managing Tasks & Projects
  • Coaching & Mentoring Individuals
  • Understanding Leadership Theories & Styles
  • Establish Your Department Leadership Style

Session 2 – Vision & Planning, High Performance Teams

  • Create a Leadership Vision & Develop a Plan
    Organize a Team for Optimal Performance
  • Learn 6 Steps to Developing a High Performance Team

Session 3 – Persuasive Speaking

  • Learn the Fundamentals of Effective Verbal Communications
  • Engage Team Members and Enthuse Them
  • Organize Your Perspective in a Clear & Concise Manner
  • Leverage Your Body, Eyes & Voice
  • Use the Proper Mechanics to Convey a Message

Session 4 – Task & Project Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB Project Management Model
  • Follow a Process for Task & Project Management
  • Identifying Challenges, Developing & Executing a Plan
  • Manage Chaos, Conflict & Confusion

Session 5 – Employee Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB People Management Model
  • Manage People Through the Employee Lifecycle
  • Develop & Engage People to Perform & Retain

Session 6 & Graduation – Financial Management, Self Management

  • Understand Your Budget & How to Make Decisions
  • Learn Management Techniques to Perform at Your Best
SIGN UP TODAY

“As a fire service leader, I have long thirsted for an alternative to the “same-old-same-old” leadership training that our business has offered up.  Brendan and his team at velocityHUB are re-writing the “script” with the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy. As a profession, we do a great job of exploring the technical, physical aspects of our job and training our leaders in that vain but we have yet to harness the third rail of our business – the ominous interpersonal dynamics that, when mishandled, can turn the most skilled firefighter into a caustic employee. From the very first day of attending the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy, I was amassing tools to develop my abilities as a fire service leader.  Brendan’s grasp of project management, human interaction, and motivating the workforce is something that the fire service has needed for a long time.  In the past month, since the conclusion of the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy, I have found myself, on countless occasions, referring back to the teachings of FRLA and even implementing them into the my daily operations. I highly recommend velocityHUB’s Fire Rescue Leadership Academy to anyone, like me, who is not satisfied with the status-quo leadership training and who imagines a more professional and people-centric future for the fire service.”

Captain James W. Kirk, Nashua Fire Rescue

“My idea of leadership is providing my employees with sound, ethical support and guidance that allows them to successfully execute their sworn duties.  The fire service has attempted to provide leadership training in the past but this training has primarily focused on tactical (reactive) disciplines. Looking in from the outside one would think this training is appropriate and in some instances it is.  My 30 plus years in the fire service have exposed me to many different personality types and styles of leadership.  The one constant has been the human aspect. It did not take me long to realize that “All firefighters are not created equal but they all must be treated equally fair”.  In my mind this is why, when presented with the opportunity of The Fire-Rescue Leadership Academy by velocityHUB, my first question was “when do we start?”. Today’s world demands pro-active leaders who are multi-dimensional with a focus on inter-personal skills.  The fire service will always need leaders who are skilled in the technical aspects of the craft but without solid human skills they will be ineffective.  To be a synergistic organization it takes progressive leaders at all levels.  Brendan and his team are uniquely positioned to deliver proven private sector skills to our public sector leaders. In my humble opinion, velocityHUB FSEA could quite possible be one of the greatest advances in public sector emergency services in 30 years!”

Assistant Fire Chief Brian Rhodes, Nashua Fire Rescue

“Thank you providing the valuable training I received at the Fire Service Leadership Academy (FSLA). Within the fire service there is an absence of quality training on the local level that provides the opportunity for mid-level supervisors to prepare for the senior leadership positions within their organization. The training I received at velocityHUB provided the guidance needed to approach the transition to senior leadership positions confidently.  The amount of information and practical detail provided on developing leadership styles, project management, team building, and public speaking surpasses any of the training I have previously received combined. The FSLA training sessions and materials were very well organized and presented.  All of the instruction was very thorough and motivating.  Additionally, your efforts and ability to constantly cater the sessions to the fire service, spur healthy discussion, and skill development was admirable.  The leadership skills that have been learned and reinforced in this training have prepared me to move forward with confidence. I look forward to future programs and opportunities to work with velocity.  The training we have received is well worth the investment to prepare our organization for success into the future.  I would strongly encourage fire service leaders to attend this program in the future.”

Captain Steve Buxton, Nashua Fire Rescue

“As Fire Departments face challenges and change each day, we look to find ways to develop our employees so we are setting not only them, but the customer up for a successful experience.  It is also our responsibility to prepare our future leaders to be successful in this dynamic environment.  The meshing of current day business views with the traditional municipal approach will allow for us to be a better organization, ultimately providing our internal and external customers a successful experience. The training opportunity provided by velocityHUB’s Fire Service Leadership Academy is a modern day dynamic training program that will prepare our employees to meet these challenges. The exposure to an experienced instructional staff that has afforded them the opportunity to not only explore theory but to also share and understand through the experiences of the other program participants and instructional staff.  This has provided our employees greater confidence in how they approach their responsibilities.  Ultimately making us a more efficient and successful organization. From project and time management programs to the expansion of leadership skills that this academy provided has changed the way our employees approach their day to day responsibilities.  The benefits we have seen are better time management, more confident communication and a better understanding of the impact of business practices that affect our organization.  We look forward to supporting this outstanding training opportunity in the future and we are thankful for the opportunities this program provided our employees.”

Fire Chief Robert M. Buxton, Hudson Fire Rescue

Fire Service Leadership Academy

FIRE SERVICE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

WHAT YOU GET

6 Sessions

  • Tuesday, September 12, 2017
  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 3, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 17, 2017
  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017
  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6 Leadership Playbooks
Leadership Certificate
Over 21 Hours of Training
Affordable – Special Law Enforcement Pricing
Fortune 100 – Executive Level Training
CEO Coaches – 4-Time President & CEO

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

  1. Build Solid Business Skills
  2. Gain More Confidence
  3. Project Management Skills
  4. Become a Better Leader
  5. Give Better Presentations
  6. Immediate Results
  7. Expert Coaches
  8. Performa at Your Best

ACADEMY AGENDA

Kickoff & Session 1 – High Performance Leadership Model, Leadership Theories & Styles

  • Leading People & Teams
  • Managing Tasks & Projects
  • Coaching & Mentoring Individuals
  • Understanding Leadership Theories & Styles
  • Establish Your Department Leadership Style

Session 2 – Vision & Planning, High Performance Teams

  • Create a Leadership Vision & Develop a Plan
    Organize a Team for Optimal Performance
  • Learn 6 Steps to Developing a High Performance Team

Session 3 – Persuasive Speaking

  • Learn the Fundamentals of Effective Verbal Communications
  • Engage Team Members and Enthuse Them
  • Organize Your Perspective in a Clear & Concise Manner
  • Leverage Your Body, Eyes & Voice
  • Use the Proper Mechanics to Convey a Message

Session 4 – Task & Project Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB Project Management Model
  • Follow a Process for Task & Project Management
  • Identifying Challenges, Developing & Executing a Plan
  • Manage Chaos, Conflict & Confusion

Session 5 – Employee Management

  • Understand the velocityHUB People Management Model
  • Manage People Through the Employee Lifecycle
  • Develop & Engage People to Perform & Retain

Session 6 & Graduation – Financial Management, Self Management

  • Understand Your Budget & How to Make Decisions
  • Learn Management Techniques to Perform at Your Best
SIGN UP TODAY

“As a fire service leader, I have long thirsted for an alternative to the “same-old-same-old” leadership training that our business has offered up.  Brendan and his team at velocityHUB are re-writing the “script” with the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy. As a profession, we do a great job of exploring the technical, physical aspects of our job and training our leaders in that vain but we have yet to harness the third rail of our business – the ominous interpersonal dynamics that, when mishandled, can turn the most skilled firefighter into a caustic employee. From the very first day of attending the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy, I was amassing tools to develop my abilities as a fire service leader.  Brendan’s grasp of project management, human interaction, and motivating the workforce is something that the fire service has needed for a long time.  In the past month, since the conclusion of the Fire Rescue Leadership Academy, I have found myself, on countless occasions, referring back to the teachings of FRLA and even implementing them into the my daily operations. I highly recommend velocityHUB’s Fire Rescue Leadership Academy to anyone, like me, who is not satisfied with the status-quo leadership training and who imagines a more professional and people-centric future for the fire service.”

Captain James W. Kirk, Nashua Fire Rescue

“My idea of leadership is providing my employees with sound, ethical support and guidance that allows them to successfully execute their sworn duties.  The fire service has attempted to provide leadership training in the past but this training has primarily focused on tactical (reactive) disciplines. Looking in from the outside one would think this training is appropriate and in some instances it is.  My 30 plus years in the fire service have exposed me to many different personality types and styles of leadership.  The one constant has been the human aspect. It did not take me long to realize that “All firefighters are not created equal but they all must be treated equally fair”.  In my mind this is why, when presented with the opportunity of The Fire-Rescue Leadership Academy by velocityHUB, my first question was “when do we start?”. Today’s world demands pro-active leaders who are multi-dimensional with a focus on inter-personal skills.  The fire service will always need leaders who are skilled in the technical aspects of the craft but without solid human skills they will be ineffective.  To be a synergistic organization it takes progressive leaders at all levels.  Brendan and his team are uniquely positioned to deliver proven private sector skills to our public sector leaders. In my humble opinion, velocityHUB FSEA could quite possible be one of the greatest advances in public sector emergency services in 30 years!”

Assistant Fire Chief Brian Rhodes, Nashua Fire Rescue

“Thank you providing the valuable training I received at the Fire Service Leadership Academy (FSLA). Within the fire service there is an absence of quality training on the local level that provides the opportunity for mid-level supervisors to prepare for the senior leadership positions within their organization. The training I received at velocityHUB provided the guidance needed to approach the transition to senior leadership positions confidently.  The amount of information and practical detail provided on developing leadership styles, project management, team building, and public speaking surpasses any of the training I have previously received combined. The FSLA training sessions and materials were very well organized and presented.  All of the instruction was very thorough and motivating.  Additionally, your efforts and ability to constantly cater the sessions to the fire service, spur healthy discussion, and skill development was admirable.  The leadership skills that have been learned and reinforced in this training have prepared me to move forward with confidence. I look forward to future programs and opportunities to work with velocity.  The training we have received is well worth the investment to prepare our organization for success into the future.  I would strongly encourage fire service leaders to attend this program in the future.”

Captain Steve Buxton, Nashua Fire Rescue

“As Fire Departments face challenges and change each day, we look to find ways to develop our employees so we are setting not only them, but the customer up for a successful experience.  It is also our responsibility to prepare our future leaders to be successful in this dynamic environment.  The meshing of current day business views with the traditional municipal approach will allow for us to be a better organization, ultimately providing our internal and external customers a successful experience. The training opportunity provided by velocityHUB’s Fire Service Leadership Academy is a modern day dynamic training program that will prepare our employees to meet these challenges. The exposure to an experienced instructional staff that has afforded them the opportunity to not only explore theory but to also share and understand through the experiences of the other program participants and instructional staff.  This has provided our employees greater confidence in how they approach their responsibilities.  Ultimately making us a more efficient and successful organization. From project and time management programs to the expansion of leadership skills that this academy provided has changed the way our employees approach their day to day responsibilities.  The benefits we have seen are better time management, more confident communication and a better understanding of the impact of business practices that affect our organization.  We look forward to supporting this outstanding training opportunity in the future and we are thankful for the opportunities this program provided our employees.”

Fire Chief Robert M. Buxton, Hudson Fire Rescue