Organizational culture is a significant challenge for many agencies. A positive, healthy culture is what separates a good organization from a great one. So, what exactly is culture and how can leaders build one that’s great? This workshop will answer these questions and more. Participants will learn how to intentionally foster a positive culture through role modeling, creating shared values, and by inspiring and empowering their employees to galvanize commitment and achieve organizational goals. We will discuss transformative action steps to enhance morale, increase employee engagement and improve accountability. Attendees will leave with a renewed sense of purpose and a deepened commitment to building a positive culture that benefits all.
Who should attend?
All leaders who desire to better serve their employees, agency and community. This includes current and aspiring leaders as well as senior managers, commanders and chiefs.
- $189 Multi-Agency discount (3 or more)
- $249 Regular Registration
City of Roswell 911
3755 Mansell Road, Alpharetta, GA 30022
Frank Trammer is a master trainer and facilitator for the John Maxwell Team, the largest & most trusted leadership training and development organization in the world. Frank is a dynamic and influential speaker on the topics of Leadership and Personal Development. He has a diverse law enforcement background having worked more than 19 years in state, county and municipal law enforcement. Frank began his law-enforcement career with the Atlanta Police Department and is currently the Deputy Chief of Police at Georgia Tech. He has led numerous units including S.W.A.T., Special Operations, K-9, Investigations, Training, Administration, and Patrol. Frank is an adjunct professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Columbus State University where he teaches Leadership. In 2018, Frank founded Guardian Leadership Training, whose vision is “To improve the lives of leaders and those they serve”. He holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Columbus State University and is also a graduate of the Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command, and the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College.
Billy Grogan has over 38 years of law enforcement experience and has served the last 11 years as the Chief of Police for the Dunwoody, Georgia Police Department. Previously, Chief Grogan served as Deputy Chief of Police for the Marietta Police Department where he was employed from 1981 until becoming Dunwoody’s Chief in 2008. He was promoted through the ranks of the Marietta Police Department and served in many challenging, yet rewarding positions. Chief Grogan has lectured locally, nationally and internationally on the value of law enforcement’s use of social media and about the important role leadership plays in delivering effective police services. He has led Senior Leadership Workshops to Police Leaders in Egypt, Hungary and Georgia. Chief Grogan is a member of numerous professional organizations including the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP), Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) and FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA). He serves as an active board member for the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP), Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange Advisory Board (GILEE), the IACP Civil Rights Committee, and the Atlanta FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) Executive Board. Chief Grogan is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (FBINAA), the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Seminar (LEEDS), the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) program with the Israeli Police, and a graduate of the Georgia Command College. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Columbus State University. Chief Grogan is also the founder of Top Cop Leadership, an organization designed to inspire and equip today’s leaders for tomorrow’s opportunities.
Dwayne Orrick has over 38 years law enforcement experience. He is currently the Assistant Executive Director for the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. Previously, he commanded the Training and Support Services Division of the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office. Before joining Gwinnett County he served as the police chief in Roswell Georgia and the Police Chief/Public Safety Director in Cordele for a combined 23 years. Prior to becoming a police chief, Orrick was employed with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs as a Criminal Justice Management Consultant. He has also worked as a police officer, field training officer, and deputy sheriff. He is a graduate of the 186th Session of the FBI National Academy and the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILLEA) to Israel. Orrick has served as Chair of the CIT Advisory Committee for the Georgia Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), a Board Member on the Georgia FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS), Board Member on the Governor’s Commission on Family Violence, Board Member on the State Board of Public Safety, the governing authority for the Georgia State Patrol, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, as well as a member of the Georgia POST Council and the POST Council Probable Cause Committee. He has also served as a Past-President and Board Member with the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Georgia. Orrick is the author of more than 40 articles on police leadership and management as well as the book Recruitment, Retention and Turnover of Police Personnel.