A Troubled Jail, Divided Staff>>what's your opinion?
I always spoke in the same tone of voice unless they really screwed up bad and another staff members safety was at issue. Then I would blow their wig back. When it is an issue with Officer safety, key control, or health and safety issues, I had zero tolerance for errors. ...
Correctional Leadership By Adrian Smith
One of the most pressing topics, not only in corrections, but in society itself is that of the context of leadership. What defines a leader? Are leaders born or made? What attributes make a great leader? These are all great focal points when examining leadership and roles of a great leader.
Montgomery (n.d), points out that there is a need for sound leadership in the management of jails and prisons after a cursory examination of recent court interventions, media and legislative scrutiny, and escalating budgets. According to Dilulio, “the quality of prison/jail life depends far more on management practices than on any other single variable”. We are at a period of time where we need more transformational and emergent leaders at the forefront in today’s correctional field. ...
Also this week:
- September – Food and Agriculture – Coverage of Food Service issues and Agriculture in corrections [Please send your articles/stories to firstname.lastname@example.org]
Regional Medical Director - Wexford Health Sources - Illinois
The Wexford Regional Medical Director is responsible for providing leadership in administrative matters, clinical program development, quality management, utilization management, staff education, and leadership development in the region in a manner consistent with the corporate objectives and philosophy of Wexford Health Sources...
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quote of the week
"Always do what you are afraid to do."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson