Leadership in a Corrections Environment by Calibre Press

Leadership in a Corrections Environment is a one-day course designed to address the realities of being a leader in a correctional environment. This course helps leaders understand their true professional role including hiring and retaining their staff, leading the rising generation of new employees, having difficult conversations and effectively transitioning from peer to supervisor.

The course will help ALL corrections professionals understand the important contribution their leadership can offer the organization, regardless of title or rank. Everyone is a leader!

Throughout the course, students will actively participate in the discussion, learn from their peers, have the opportunity for self-reflection, and receive practical ideas that are realistic, applicable, and easy to implement. This course is constantly evolving, incorporating current events and relevant supporting material that meets the needs of today’s correctional leaders.


Topics Include

  • How to be an effective leader of both staff and offenders
  • Transitioning from peer to supervisor
  • Displaying honor, integrity, accountability, and courage in our leadership
  • Correctional staff fatigue and burnout
  • Use of Force response considerations
  • Creating positive culture that sticks
  • Responsibilities VS privileges of leadership
  • FTO program considerations
  • Motivating and empowering others
  • Leadership is about people, not things
  • Self-reflection and examination

Hosted by: Michigan State Police
Located:  Okemos Event Center 2187 University Park Drive, Okemos, MI 48864

August 19, 2024 8AM-5PM

Register Online Now

CLASS FEE:   $279 Per Person
Groups of 4+ $259 Per Person (Use Promo Code LCE20)
*Discounts only valid for in-person training

Unable to attend? We offer this training online!
For questions or to register a large group, please contact Kelsey McLean at kelsey@calibrepress.com