As a result, the integrity and professional conduct among the law enforcement officers is essential to the process of building a positive reputation of the agency. Theories for ethical leadership can be divided into two areas, conduct, and character. The ethical theories are based on self-interest as opposed to the interest for others. Analysis by Ronald Heifetz (1994) explains leaders help followers address conflicts and help the follower resolve issues of change and personal growth. Sheriffs and police chiefs are leaders of the agency and should strive to set an example and lead others with compassion and humility.
It is basically a chance to review and discuss the issues and analyse how they can be resolved according to the working practice, procedures. From covering such areas of supervision, it will surely guarantee that training is done according to the need and that their main aim will be to protect the rights of each individual. The Supervisor From covering various areas within the supervision, the supervisor needs to show confidence that they are capable enough for developing and supporting the staff to perform their best and be able to address any problems that might take place within the timeframe for ensuring that they are secured from putting in place the right procedure as well as having a record of
Conclusion Law enforcement administrators must discuss and continue to deal with the issue of professional conduct. a. Supervisors conducting complaint investigations play a vital role in maintaining professionalism in their departments. Understanding the role of producing quality investigations is the first steps to approaching complaint cases. b.
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Conducting research to get a better understanding of the program that is available to the population that the professional is looking to serve will be important. It is essential to know if there is a continuum that is effective and meet all the necessary criteria. If researching a program suitable for bullying it would be beneficial for the professional to understand the evidence –base program and the effectiveness of the program on a long term
The aforementioned phenomena results in material social and economic costs to both employers and individuals. Serious risks include psychological harm and physical injuries, increased stress levels and an overall significant impact to the safety and well-being of the individual. Workplace bullying is the situation whereby an employee is treated with negative acts for a long period of time by his peers, supervisors or bosses. Usually the employee is unable to defend or retaliate due to the recognition of a formal or informal power imbalance. These advices will help employees in successfully dealing with or in managing bullying.
MOHO is also applicable for this client since environment impacts his study habits. MOHO emphasizes the importance of the interaction between the person and the physical and social environment. This is directly applicable to Abdiel; therefore, MOHO will help guide the adjustments to the physical and social environment. MOHO is the best theoretical perspective that will increase Abdiel’s occupational engagement in time management related to education (Kielhofner & Nicol,
Besides sexual harassment, bullying in the workplace is also a serious issue which must be concern. Bullying can be verbal and non verbal which force someone to do something unwanted by using personal superior strength. Bullying could isolate and hurt a person mentally. Bullying occurs when someone repeated a pattern of behavior which is intended to abusive, violence or even harms a particular person or a group of people. Approximately 54 millions of workers, or 35 percent of U.S. employees, are targeted by a bully at their workplace, according to the Workplace Bullying Institute.
21. What matters among other factors in the counselling process is to have regard for clients because they are human beings and acknowledging as well as, recognising their abilities and capabilities to solve their own problems as the counsellor facilitates the