Tribal Inspired Leadership Training (TILT)
This course provides fundamental concepts in leadership. It is designed to train and equip executives with the skills necessary to make leadership decisions, for the purpose of implementing and administering community policing programs in their community. Participants will evaluate case studies and share experiences in the context of an executive’s leadership approach in implementing and administering community policing programs in Tribal communities.
The course consists of topics including: Carrying Out Community Policing Principles: Defining and Understanding Leadership and Management Roles; Successfully Integrating and Synchronizing Community Policing Principles through Leadership: the Situational Leadership Model; Community Policing Executive Leadership Skills: Primal Leaders and Emotional Quotient (EQ); Comprehensive Application of Community Policing Principles: The Transformational Leader. This training assists leaders to meet challenges by: analyzing, comparing, and identifying the leadership skills necessary “to do the right thing, at the right time, in the right way, and for the right reasons.”
Scenario Based Leadership Training (SBELT)
This course is created to expand and sustain homeland security leadership across the country. Presented by the Western Community Policing Institute, the course is designed to be challenge and scenario-based, requiring active participation and problem-solving. Participants, as leaders of their communities, will learn about leadership theories and traits that will assist them in planning and preparing for a National or domestic all hazards catastrophic event. This course will use historical figures and a pandemic influenza case study to examine and discuss how leaders, at critical times, can do the right thing, at the right time, in the right way, and for the right reasons.
This course is designed to provide “hands-on” practical training activities that lead to providing executives with the leadership skills needed in an “all-hazards” event. The course consists of six modules which are identified below. These modules include classroom instruction, real-life scenarios, and practical activities