Leader Development

LYNCH & KENNEY: react to clips of LtGen Van Riper’s “On Discipline” interview on All Marine Radio

And this podcast interview from All Marine Radio is a fantastic discussion on LTGen Paul Van Ripers interview linked here. Both these interviews are a must listen to for police leaders who struggle with setting standards for the sake of standards versus standards for a purpose. It makes sense when you listen to both these interviews On Discipline.

Outstanding Interview: ON DISCIPLINE: LtGen Paul K. Van Riper, USMC (ret)

The is the first interview series that ALL MARINE RADIO will do entitled “ON DISCIPLINE” — it will feature Marine Leaders who have led Marines for decades, who have seen the Marine Corps between wars, during war and after war.

Police Leaders Mentoring and Coaching Their People: the Cornerstone to Top Performance in Crises

I have written about The United States Marine Corps (USMC) Small Unit Decision Making (SUDM) initiative to support their effort to “improve the ability of small unit leaders across the Marine Corps to improve their intuitive ability to assess, decide, and act while operating in a more decentralized manner.” Sounds very familiar to what policing has been talking about and looking for in our efforts to improve individual and team performance in handling crisis.

How the Germans Defined Auftragstaktik: What Mission Command is - AND - is Not by Don Vandergriff

Don Vandergriff has his latest article in the Small Wars Journal, on how Auftragstaktik (Mission Command) developed and why.

Professional Reading and Development: It Doesn’t Give All the Answers, But It Lights What Is Often a Uncertain Path Ahead

"Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth." ~Marcus Aurelius

What Are The Force Multipliers That Allow Police Organizations to Operate at Rapid OODA Loop Tempos?

When teaching, writing about and discussing adaptive leadership, the critical questions that often ariseare, what type of organization operates at rapid OODA Loop tempos and how do we implement it? How are we suppose to size up situations, focus our efforts, so they are safe and effective with mission type orders and mutual trust? How do we develop an organizational climate for operational success?

Why Frontline Employees Should Make All Decisions:Lessons Police Can Learn From The Corporate Rebels

On Chet Richards recommendation I surfed over to the Corporate Rebels site and found this great piece, "Why Frontline Employees Should Make All Decisions" To those of you, who know me and, frequent my blog will understand why this article was particularly appealing to me and, why it should be of interest to policing is also, glaringly clear.

In this post the Corporate Rebels discus the status quo of command-and-control:

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