Bon Secours & Embrace the Resistance are excited to team up to
provide a free day of leadership training in Henrico County, VA on March
4th, 2018 Come spend a day with three dynamic and well-known speakers
with content designed to help equip aspiring and existing leaders to meet
today’s leadership challenges.

Topics include:
Bridging the generational leadership gap; Transitioning from an informal to
formal leadership role; Interpersonal skills crucial to building and
maintaining effective team relationships; Employee Counseling and
Coaching; Conflict Resolution; Tips and Tricks for newly promoted
leadership to survive their first year.

Leadership Logic
Instructors: Captain Justin Adams & Lt. Jake Britt
While many departments and promotional process deal with the tactical portion of the job, this class will primarily focus on the interpersonal skills and challenges associated with leadership. The purpose of this course is to facilitate a discussion about the challenges that newly promoted and aspiring company officers.

Kids & Dinosaurs— Bridging the Generational Gap
Instructor: Asst. Chief Tim McKay
How do we best manage the millennials while preparing them to lead? How do we adapt to these changing demographics within our departments? Attendees can expect an engaging and thought-provoking session related to this dynamic, yet feared topic.

The Dirty Dozen—12 Things I Learned As A New Company Officer
Instructor: Lt. Bobby Drake
The Dirty Dozen includes twelve lessons encountered during the first year as a Lieutenant, while providing
successes and challenges beyond the first year. Topics include: Formulate your own perception; honor the past; be you—desired results must match your identity; Engage/Assertive; Stay focused on vision

Students must take the entire day of this Leadership class.  It cannot be broken into sections.