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Document 019642
Supervisory Leadership for Women in Corrections [Participant's Manual]
National Institute of Corrections Academy (Longmont, CO).
Participants will assess their personal leadership styles and set specific goals for a career development plan during this 36-hour course. Five sections comprise this manual: leadership -- self-mastery, network relationships, and positive politics; our dragons -- feedback; relationships, power, and leadership; expanding our world view -- learn, change and grow; and returning renewed and refreshed.... Read More
142 p.
Document 000888
Accelerated Management Selection/Management Training for Adult Correctional Institutions: The Oregon Department of Corrections Institution Supervisor Candidate School
By Pearce, Fred B.. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC). Oregon Dept. of Corrections (Salem, OR).
This Supervisor Candidate School was a project implemented by the Oregon Department of Corrections to prepare its workforce to manage an intended increase in its institutional capacity. This document describes the program: the selection of participants, classroom and on-the-job training, and its implementation. It also describes a study of the program, comparing program participants to a matched group who did not attend the program. Attachments include DACUM job task analysis results and... Read More
32 p.
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