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New Directions in Policing: Policing, Entrepreneurial Leadership and ChangeDiploma in Police Service Leadership and Management The Robert Gordon University, 7 May 2009


Learning outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Be able to identify and explain:

  • the content and structure of the Award

  • links between the SPC learning materials and skills required by entrepreneurial police managers


Diploma in police service leadership and management dpslm

Diploma in Police Service Leadership and Management (DPSLM)

  • “Qualifying Examination” for promotion in the Scottish Police Service

  • Launched in April 2007

  • Validated by the SQA as a Group Award at Level 8 on the SCQF

  • 820 candidates currently studying the programme

  • 675 new candidates admitted each year


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Anticipated Benefits:

  • Acquisition of learning to facilitate skills improvement in future managers

  • Gateway to academic study at graduate and post-graduate levels

  • Improved performance in the workplace

  • Stimulus to open minds: encouraging innovative thinking


Policing in the new public management era

Policing in the New Public Management Era

McLaughlin ( 2007) stressed a need within the police service for:

  • “creation or appointment of professional managers who are required to extract maximum value from specified resources”

    McLaughlin, E (2007) The New Policing, London:Sage


Intrapreneur

Intrapreneur

Leads with:

  • Entrepreneurial vision

  • Leadership

  • Motivation

  • Overcoming resistance to change


Intrapreneur characteristics

Intrapreneur - Characteristics

  • Acceptance of Risk

  • Knowledge of acceptable boundaries

  • Strategic awareness

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Influencing skills


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9 HN Units totalling 15 HN Credits :

120 SCQF points at Level 8

Over-arching Unit:

Developing Skills for Personal Effectiveness

Module 1

Contemporary Policing

Criminal Justice System

Professional Knowledge

Module 2

Decision Making

Professional Ethics in Policing

Module 3

Organisational Management

Module 4

People Management

Leadership


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Contemporary Policing

Criminal Justice System

Professional Knowledge


Extracts from ethics tutorial

Extracts from Ethics Tutorial:

  • Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

  • Principles v Consequences

  • Police culture and ethics

  • Ethical Decision Making Model for the Police


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3. Review ethical guidelines

4. Laws & regulations

2. Potential issues?

5. Consult with others?

1. Identify ethical decision

Ethical Decision Making Model

6. Possible actions

10. Monitor and modify

7. Consequences of actions

9. Choose best action

8. Public disclosure


How do managers and leaders differ

Managers:

Plan

Organise

Command

Co-ordinate

Control

(Henry Fayol, 1949)

Managers tend to be risk adverse

Leaders:

Plan

Organise

Lead

Control

(Stoner, Freeman & Gilbert, 1995)

Leaders tend to seek opportunities and take acceptable risks

Extract from Organisational Management Tutorial:

How do Managers and Leaders differ?


Extract from people management tutorial

Mintzberg’s Managerial Roles:

Extract from People Management Tutorial:

Decision

Entrepreneur ?

Disturbance Handler √

Resource Allocator √

Negotiator √

Interpersonal

Figurehead √

Leader √

Liaison √

Informational

Monitor √

Disseminator √

Spokesperson √


Entrepreneur intrapreneur

  • Initiates planned change

  • Is pro-active

  • Seizes opportunities to improve:

    • the organisation

    • its efficiency

    • its performance

      Cooke, S & Slack, N (1991) Making Management Decisions, Harlow: Pearson Education Ltd

Entrepreneur / Intrapreneur


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Decision Maker

Passion

Takes prudent risks

Persistence

VISION

Determination

Driving force

Accepts responsibility for success

Motivation

Persuades others to help

Positive Thinker


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Diploma in Police Service

Leadership and Management


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