If I asked you what type of leader you are would you have an answer? If I asked you what principles you lead by would you have that answer??? It’s fine if you don’t but take a second and ask yourself that before you dive into our new series here on “Leadership Principles from the Field”.
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Many people that both support and attack the Military and Law Enforcement Officers take GREAT steps in assuming that they are “trained” for a large number of issues. “Training” in government jobs is one of the most subjective terms I have ever heard. Let’s talk about the MANY many problems with this quote. A long article
War is a Racket by Brigadier General Smedley D. Butler Just as important as being a bad ass and kicking down doors, is knowing why you are doing it and knowing that you are just and righteous. Tactical Book Club, yup that’s right. This one isn’t about cool SWAT guys or catching burglars or lock picking
“I don’t know what is taking you people so long. I was able to do it in FIVE minutes!” – Some idiot O-4 Here’s the setup: There is BS training that has to get done ASAP. God, I can’t even move forward yet because there are so many problems with that first line. The “Training”
This training series is not necessarily going to be in any specific order but we’re gonna cover a ton of shit. And to be honest, in the title, “Idiots” is for the instructors, not the students. “Training” as well as instructorship is a HUGE topic for me, it hits close to home. I’m sick and
OK. So. No shit, there I was. Department is broke so they can’t pay me over-time pay. So I missed a whole shift on the streets so that I could attend “really freaking important” annual training. It started out great: Learned an intro to Riot Control for about 4.5 hours of Powerpoint. Now my file