Reforming law enforcement starts with law enforcement. Often we talk about leadership in the context of operational knowledge and shared experiences and team ethos. Leadership is more that that. It requires a moral fortitude and ethical compass that grows and...

TIME FOR AN HONEST CONVERSATION ABOUT DIVERSITY.

  TIME FOR AN HONEST CONVERSATION AROUND DIVERSITY. The core construct of policing is by consent of and with the support of the community. It’s reflected throughout our various value statements, stated key deliverables, and our daily ethos. To be part of the...

The way we think as a Leader

There is a saying “if we do what we always do we will get the same as what we had”. This not only applies in actions but also in the way we think. Often communities on the wrong end of government-led programs call for radical change. They want the old...

Leadership outside the box

Leadership is not always about maintaining or improving the status quo. In today’s environment with climate change, increases in homelessness, massive increases in the wealth gap and the current coronavirus pandemic, leaders have never been more challenged. This...

Your Guild Managers Trust

    Did you know that when you become a member of the New Zealand Police Leaders Guild you automatically become a member of the Police Managers Guild Trust? The Trust Deed was established in November 1996 with 2 of the original members Dame Augusta Wallace and Sir...