Published on May 20th, 2021 | by University Communications0
Saint Leo, F1RST offering leadership seminar focusing on decision making
Saint Leo University’s Department of Public Safety Administration and its criminal justice program in partnership with F1RST, Florida’s Forensics Institute for Research Security & Tactics, will present the next session in its Leadership Seminar Series.
The session, Senior Leader Perspectives on Moral, Ethical, and Legal Decision Making (When It May Not be a Popular Idea), will be presented 1-3 p.m., Wednesday, June 9, via Zoom. Those looking to improve their leadership skills are invited to enroll in this free course.
This free course will provide organizational leaders (of all levels) with advanced concepts and philosophies for sound leadership principles and decision making. Through the continuous exposure to senior leaders and experts in various professional fields of work, the Leadership Seminar Series is designed to expand the capabilities and performance of leaders in government and the commercial workforce.
The panel discussion will look not only at how to make moral, legal, and ethical decisions, but also how to maintain your courage during difficult decisions.
Course instructors include:
Retired Lieutenant General Ken Tovo is a recognized leader in special operations, strategic planning, and leadership. He is the president of DOL Enterprises Inc., a consulting firm providing services primarily in the defense and technology sectors.
Retired Major General Mark O’Neil, founder of the O’Neil Network, created to help organizations assess potential, identify, and develop leaders, and improve organizational effectiveness. Combat-proven and decorated, O’Neil served his country for more than 33 years, with demonstrated expertise at developing teams and building enduring relationships.
Retired Brigadier General David Brigham leads the Africa Center’s African Military Education Program (AMEP), which helps its partner nations develop, improve, and expand their Professional Military Education institutions. AMEP is conducting 32 projects in 17 sub-Saharan African countries. Brigham is a former U.S. Army officer and served as a Special Forces and Foreign Area officer in Europe, Russia, and Central and South Asia.