Joint Law Enforcement Training In Supervisory Management Completed

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(PLTM) - RVIPF - The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force completed a one month long Joint Law Enforcement training in Supervisory Management. Participating were members of His Majesty's Immigration Department, His Majesty's Customs Department, His Majesty's Prison Department and the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force.

The training was developed with a blend of strategic management, principles of management, humanities and social science. The main focus was to provide the participants with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to effectively manage human resources and respond to the changing needs of the public and the organization.

During the training period the participants were taught how to: Recognize the importance and use of their organization Mission and Vision statements and the need to use their organization Department Work Plans. Identify the role of middle managers in managing employees performance. Identify, recognize and appraise feelings and behaviors which promote negative synergies with their organization. Recognize and use the most appropriate and effective technique(s) to enhance communication with their organization and relate to employees behavior(s) in an effort to limit conflict in the workplace. Recognize how adults learn, and the importance of coaching employees and develop an on-the-job training plan. Also to use the knowledge and skills gained to improve their supervisory competencies geared towards achieving the desired subordinates and organization functions.

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Trainer Mr. Errol Alexander of ELA Training, out of St. Lucia, Former COP of the St. Lucia Police Force and Lecturer at Monroe College, in his closing remarks said, “I hope and concern that when the participants return to their various organization, they will be given the opportunity to use the knowledge they gained to undertake departmental and personal changes which is geared towards the organizational performance.”

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