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Monday, May 07, 2007


Leadership & Management Development Course
June 9-10, Saturday & Sunday, 2007
San Diego, CA
Registration: $450
Hotel Reservations:
Doubletree Hotel (Mission Valley), 7450 Hazard Center Drive,
San Diego, CA 92108 Hotel phone: (619) 297-5466

Since 1990, KSA, Ltd. has specialized in teaching the supervision and management skills necessary to prepare for an
Assessment Center, promotional tests, and to be successful as a new supervisor, manager or command officer.

Rick Michelson, Director of KSA, is the author of “PREPARING FOR PROMOTION - A Guide for Public Safety
Assessment Centers” and “Preparing Future Leaders for Tomorrow: Succession Planning for Police Leadership” in the June 2006 issue of Police Chief Magazine.

By using interactive performance based scenarios, and utilizing proven assessment center methods and promotional interview techniques, we’ll help you to:

Demonstrate your transferable skills and personal values and ethics during an interview, assessment center or any performance based scenarios

Link the job dimensions of the new job from your previous related transferable experience(s)

Conduct a successful subordinate counseling session meeting all objective(s)

Write and orally present at a command briefing, city council/board meeting, etc.
training briefing, media event, or community meeting (with minimal prep time)

Facilitate group discussions and enhance your Meeting management skills and achieve the objective(s)

Understand the assessment center rating and ranking system, with feedback on your performance!

Practice working through an “In-basket”

Learn and apply effective: delegation techniques; project management, team building, and conflict resolution skills

Coach and mentor everyone from the marginal performer to the seasoned veteran
Develop a succession plan for your command

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