Leadership keynote for law enforcement
We know LEOs are fun people with serious jobs. They love to laugh, joke, pull pranks, be sarcastic, and goof around in part as a way to deal with the deadly seriousness of the job.
That’s why Joe Serio, Ph.D., makes sure his law enforcement keynote is the same way. He delivers a serious topic in a thought-provoking way while being entertaining and engaging—ensuring your audience has a great time while learning. One conference attendee said, “When you jumped off the stage into the audience, that was hysterical!”
In this leadership keynote, your attendees will gain simple, powerful, and memorable tools and techniques for enhancing the foundations of personal leadership that can be applied in a wide variety of situations.
Dr. Joe’s keynote:
- Addresses the fear of moving into a leadership position that can stall or derail careers if not handled well
- Presents a powerful 7-step action plan for managing fear
- Outlines how officers can transform their leadership style with techniques that can be applied immediately
- Uses audience interaction, live music, and potent illustrations to get officers thinking outside the box
The officers at your event will be inspired and motivated to begin thinking differently about their leadership role both at work and at home. As an attendee said, “I left your keynote with pages and pages of notes.”
Dr. Joe has delivered keynotes at the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Annual Conference, Harris County Sheriff’s Annual Executive Leadership Conference, Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT) Annual Conference, Texas Gang Investigators Association (TGIA) Annual Conference, American Jail Association (AJA) Annual Conference, American Correctional Association (ACA) Annual Conference, Middle Atlantic States Correctional Association (MASCA) Annual Conference, and the Ft. Worth Safe City Commission Annual Conference, among others.