Camden Cops Making Transition to Ethical Protectors

Hi Everyone, Thanks to Gary Klugiewicz, I saw this article (link also below) on Facebook.  It’s a great story of the Camden County, NJ Police Department and their crew going through a program with none other than Jack Hoban from Resolution Group International. Jack is training the Camden County LE team to be Ethical Protectors.  Part of that program is learning how to effectively communicate … Continue reading Camden Cops Making Transition to Ethical Protectors

Don’t Die on Me!

Hi Everyone, Please go to the high-quality Vistelar blog to read this recent post (link is also below) about the exemplary service ethos, in action, by Trooper Eric Devers of the  Ohio State Highway Patrol. As I mentioned in that post, the whole event brings to mind the outstanding contributions of Jack Hoban and Resolution Group International (RGI) in reference to the Ethical Protector mindset … Continue reading Don’t Die on Me!

Chief Harry Dolan’s 24 Hour Rule

Hi Everyone, Please go here (link also listed below) to read a great Vistelar post by Gary Klugiewicz about Harry Dolan’s 24 Hour Rule.  I concur with what Coach Bob Lindsey says in his comment.  The 24 Rule is so very helpful, and so very useful, in helping us to manage ourselves in both our professional and personal lives. If you haven’t yet visited the … Continue reading Chief Harry Dolan’s 24 Hour Rule

Doctors Lose Empathy the Same Way Police Officers Do

Please see this great post (link is also at the bottom of this post) from Gary Klugiewicz where he includes a link for a useful Radio Health Journal audio post and a YouTube link.  The post addresses how all Contact Professionals, including Doctors, must take care of themselves to keep their needed empathy intact and functional. Doctors lose empathy the same way police officers do   Continue reading Doctors Lose Empathy the Same Way Police Officers Do

Managing Conflict for Sports Officials

Hi Everyone, I remember the days when my wife and I would go to multiple soccer games a week with our son.  I remember all the parents rooting for their kids.  And I remember the few parents who would occasionally exhibit less-than-desirable behaviors with which the referees would then have to deal. Referees have an amazingly challenging job.  Think about it; they must maintain control … Continue reading Managing Conflict for Sports Officials

The 10/5/2 Rule of Threat Assessment

Everyone please check out this very useful Vistelar post from Dave Young wherein he explains the exceptionally useful 10/5/2 Rule of Threat Assessment.  You can click above to get to the article, and the link is also listed at the bottom of this post. I’ve recently been sharing this Rule with nursing staff.  Home Care nursing staff find this particularly powerful, as it – along … Continue reading The 10/5/2 Rule of Threat Assessment