22nd annual management development conference
January 19 – 21, 2016 at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells
Dr. James Reese, Retired FBI
Tuesday, January 19
With a doctorate in psychology, 25 years as an FBI Criminal Profiler, and many years as an acclaimed speaker in both public sector and corporate settings, Dr. Reese delivers powerful, life-changing information with humor and energy.
He is an internationally known, best-selling author and award-winning authority on motivation, leadership, stress management, workplace violence, and many other topics.
What you'll learn: Attendees will leave with a better understanding of effective leadership methods and valuable personal tools to apply in your workplace.
Chief Cam McLay
Wednesday, January 20
Cam McLay, Chief of Police for the City of Pittsburg, spent 29 years with the Madison police Department, the last six as Captain. He served on the force's SWAT team, as a training officer, and in the gang and narcotics units. McClay retired to focus on teaching and consulting. He joined a troubled PPD to improve its relations internally and eternally.
What you'll learn: Attendees will hear from someone who was close to home on ways his leadership development skills have improved the departments right here in Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Retired Assistant Chief Bill Meeks
Wednesday, January 20
Retired Assistant Chief Meeks is an expert in use-of-force issues and teaches the subject for the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. He won the department's life-saving medal in 1988 and a distinguished service medal in 1996. As assistant chief, he headed the department's Administrative Support Bureau, which oversees training, budget and finance, inspections and the bureau of professional responsibility. He is retired from the Tacoma PD.
What you'll learn: Attendees will learn valuable ways to enhance personal development through a managerial look at processes and procedures.
Lt. Richard Robinson
Thursday, January 21
On December 14, 2012 Lt. Richard Robinson responded to the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting by opening and taking command of the Emergency Operations Center and supervised the Newtown Police Detectives that were processing the inside of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Crime Scene.
What you'll learn: Attendees will gain insight into emergency response tactics and what it was like to face a horrific and chaotic crime scene.