When you take up the mantle of leadership, you accept taking responsibility for the men and women who report to you. Their successes are your successes, and their failures are ultimately yours too.
You are accountable to your officers, to the public, and to yourself. There is no one “right way” to be a leader but providing the training and tools your officers need to get home safely is a good start.
In this new guidewe share:
- What does it mean to be an accountable leader?
- Three ways to practice accountable leadership
- How the right technology can support your efforts to train, prepare, and retain your officers