POINT-MAN LEADERSHIP TRAINING
ONE HUNDRED UPPER-LEVEL LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS FROM THE GREATER CHATTANOOGA AREA TO RECEIVE TRAINING ON CHARACTER-BASED/TRUSTWORTHY LEADERSHIP AND PREVENTING CORRUPTION ON NOVEMBER 9 AND 10
On November 9 and 10, 2010, command-level law enforcement officers in the greater Chattanooga area will have the rare opportunity to attend a day-and-a-half long training session conducted by Point-Man Leadership Institute (PLI). The training will include Character-Based/Trustworthy Leadership and Preventing Corruption. This same training has been presented by PLI in over 800 seminars in 55 countries to over 60,000 military, government and law enforcement personnel.
A local foundation, wanting to have a positive impact on law enforcement in our community, has generously awarded funding for this outstanding training. Additional funding is provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and the Chattanooga Police Department.
The training is scheduled for November 9 and 10 at the Doubletree Hotel on Chestnut Street in Chattanooga, Tennessee . The workshop will be from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the 9th and 8:00 a.m. until noon on the 10th. Lunch will be provided on the 9th with a more formal optional lunch provided at noon on the 10th. Former Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Robert Vernon, president and founder of Point-Man, will be one of the guest trainers and speaker at the November 10th lunch.
All media is invited for interviews at the start and end of each session and during the lunch break. Your cooperation in this timing would be much appreciated.