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The MPTC has partnered with Endicott College to deliver a Police Chief and Command Leadership Academy.  It is a two and one-half day program that includes presentations and discussions in these areas:

  • Creating a Vision of Leadership
  • The Principles and Practices of Innovation
  • Leadership in 2017
  • Financial Management in the Public Sector
  • Risk Management and Employee Relations
  • Developing Leadership Driven Planning and Strategies
  • Managing Across Generations

All sessions are delivered and facilitated by renowned experts in the field, who have received exceptional reviews from past classes.  The academy is held at the scenic and historic seaside Wylie Conference Center at Endicott College, with lodging available at Endicott’s Wylie Inn – a conference-quality hotel.  To date, four sessions have been held, with the next session slated for August 23-25, 2017.  To enroll or for more information, contact Dr. Harry Harutunian at hharutun@endicott.edu.

The photograph and content of this blog provided by MPTC Executive Director Dan Zivkovich.

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