As leaders of today set out their plans for retirement tomorrow, their exit strategies and change of career, law enforcement agencies are already hard pressed to find qualified replacements. One way to prepare for this looming leadership crisis is to help frontline employees take on larger roles as they grow with the organization. Not only can the agencies replenish the gap of experienced leadership, they are able to retain vital institutional knowledge plus attract and groom promising employees.

ISLES Leadership Foundations for Law Enforcement prepares emerging leaders to take on significant roles and responsibilities in the future within the organization. Participants gain skills to improve trust and influence with peers and superiors, link their work to a clear and compelling team purpose, implement a system for executing on critical priorities, and leverage the talents of peers and co-workers to achieve unprecedented results.

The training is ideal for high-potential individual contributors and informal leaders. With an introduction to the key aspects of great leaders and managers, participants acquire knowledge and skills to help them make a greater contribution as they grow with the organization.

  • Duration: to be announced (3 – 4 weeks)
  • Course fee: to be announced
  • Date of commencement: to be announced
  • Minimum entry requirements: Pass in O’level 2 subjects, 2 years of work experience, fluency in Dhivehi and English