Leadership and Management in Law Enforcement


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Essay #: 052755
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Leadership and Management in Law Enforcement
The techniques and skills associated with leadership and management may have similarities but are very distinct. A leader might be a manager, and a manager may also be a leader, but they are not necessarily connected or present in every person. Leadership and management are distinct in how they are acted out, in the desired outcomes, and in how they are evaluated in terms of effectiveness.
My Interpretation
My experience with leadership and management in general is not deeply grounded in research or theory, but, I have observed several elements that differ between them. Management is operationally oriented aiming to generate higher and more efficient productivity in people and...
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