LEIC First Line Leadership Assessment

About

The UT Law Enforcement Innovation Center (LEIC) is an agency of the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service. LEIC expands capabilities of law enforcement personnel by providing training that improves the quality of policing.

Using the nation’s best instructors and consultants, LEIC develops curricula for courses that are delivered nationwide. The focus of LEIC is innovation in leadership development, information technology utilization, community and youth involvement, and operations training. The ultimate goal is to improve the lives of citizens in Tennessee, across the country and around the world.

Our mission at LEIC is to provide innovative, current, and applicable training and assistance to law enforcement professionals and the communities they serve.

What is the First Line Leadership course?
The First Line Leadership course will assist first-line supervisors in developing a better understanding of roles, accountabilities, and skills in supervision. First line and middle management supervisors will learn how to empower their officers to solve problems and be accountable for their actions. Supervisors will learn to become coaches and mentors, and this course will lay the foundation for basic changes in supervisory skills.


There are two assessments to complete for the First Line Leadership training course:
Competing Values Management Practices Survey Answer questions from a 'work' perspective placing yourself in your formal or informal leadership role.
Leadership Toolkit Emotional Intelligence (EI) Questionnaire Calculate your emotional intelligence in five domains: self-awareness, empathy, managing emotions, motivating oneself, and social skills.