Leaders who contribute through their strengths would assist in building a workforce based on shared trust – Rod Smith

Leaders who contribute through their strengths would assist in building a workforce based on shared trust – Rod Smith

By Iva Danford
Thursday 09/06/2022
[Photo:Fiji Police Force]

Leaders who can come together and contribute through their strengths for the collective good would greatly assist in building a workforce that is based on shared trust and enhance cooperation and collaboration.

This was highlighted by the Pacific Faculty of Policing Director Facilitation, Rod Smith at the Police Senior Executive Development Strategy Workshop which was supported by the Australian Institute of Police Management.

Smith says he is excited to see the changes that will take place amongst the senior command members, now that they have been able to develop a better understanding of each other’s strengths and weaknesses.

Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says as leaders, it is now up to them to ensure the sustainability of the programme and lessons learned.

This workshop was attended by the Senior Command from across the Pacific where they were able to openly engage and discuss personal and professional strengths and weaknesses.

This program brings together police leaders from across the Pacific for professional, leadership and executive development opportunities and enhances policing leadership capabilities to manage current and emerging security threats in the region.

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