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Seminar Title:  
Organizational Leadership Genetics

DATES:  11/9/2017 through 11/10/2017

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Kedrick Wills

LOCATION:  Washington State Convention Center - 705 Pike Street, Seattle, WA  98101

HOTEL:  Executive Hotel Pacific - Seattle , WA  206-623-3900
$125 + tax single/double

COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Colonel Kedrick Wills
Director Idaho State Police

Colonel Kedrick Wills joined the Idaho State Police in 1996, after serving as a city police officer. Throughout his ISP career, he has served in a variety of assignments and duty locations throughout Idaho, starting as a trooper in the patrol division and most recently being asked by Idaho’s Governor Otter to serve as the director of the Idaho State Police. Colonel Wills is a graduate of the Naval Post Graduate Homeland Security Executive Leaders Program, the 232nd Session of the FBI National Academy and holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Training and Development degrees from Idaho State University. Go, Bengals! Colonel Wills has been an adjunct professor for Idaho State University for approximately 8 years focusing on the areas of leadership and organizational culture and has a passion for helping others succeed in leadership roles.

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Course Objectives

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This course is designed to provide a forum for discussion of leadership principles and how organizational culture relates to the success of the organization. The course also provides concepts to enhance leadership effectiveness and lead organizational change at the personal and cultural levels.

At the conclusion of this course, the participant should be able to do the following:

  • Explain the value of leadership and the important role each person plays in the overall leadership and success of the organization.
  • Explain the definition of organizational culture and the role this plays in organizational effectiveness.
  • Examine organizational artifacts and how they relate to the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
  • Learn to understand perceptions and how perceptions shape our perceived reality and have the potential to harm the organization if not recognized.
  • Understand and explain group relationships including boundaries, structure, and group identity.
  • Explain the importance of organizational ethics and the obligation of each employee to model the espoused ethics of the group.
  • Be able to set personal goals that fit within the framework of the organizational mission, vision, and values and assist subordinates in doing the same.

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