Performance Management and Progressive Discipline provides real-world applications for supervisors and managers to train, direct, and supervise the workforce to accomplish agency goals with unprecedented results. An empowering process of aligning people with decision making authority to execute day-to-day functions. Demonstrations on objective processes for correcting performance with positive or negative reinforcements consistent with federal and state statutes to fit your agency's policies.
This course is designed for educational purposes only. It is sold or distributed with the understanding that the author/instructor is not engaged in rendering legal advice. If legal or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.
*** This course is approved by the Georgia POST Council for peace officers with an OKEY number to earn one credit hour of training. The student must complete 100% of the course to receive the one-hour of credit.
List the Key Performance Indicators in a Plan of Action measuring individual or group achievements through positive and negative reinforcement.
Define progressive discipline, it’s impact on employment relationships and how to prepare documentation focused on facts and circumstances to support final personnel decisions.
Recall course content in preparation of the final quiz.
Charles Rambo is a retired Lieutenant Commander from the Fulton County Sheriff's Office with over 28-years of demonstrated success in operations, administration, labor relations, investigations, and academy instruction.
Charles is certified by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council as a Senior Instructor, an intelligence analyst by the Department of Homeland Security and Classroom Instructor by the Georgia Private Detective and Security Guard Agency. An author, speaker, panelist, and subject matter expert on criminal justice issues, his thought leadership has inspired hundreds of sworn and civilian staff to raise the bar on transparent and accountable performance.
Drawing on his professional experiences, Charles uses a Socratic methodology to inspire thought leadership on critical issues facing the criminal justice profession. He has conducted numerous seminars and served as a panelist at law enforcement academies, colleges, churches and community events. His commitment to transforming law enforcement cultures into high performance agencies is highlighted through his candid professional lectures.