Solutions to Improve Performance

Evaluating performance is critical for any organization.  Many executives and supervisors do not understand the ramifications of not conducting such appraisals effectively.  Effective performance appraisals "set the stage" for the future development of employees as well as laying the groundwork for future employment decisions.   This training will provide concrete, specific and uplifting solutions to conduct such appraisals.

Cicero Fire Department

5303 W. 25th St. Cicero, IL

January 31, 2022   8:00am-4:00pm

Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System
1701 E. Main St.        Urbana, IL 61802

April 8, 2022   8:00am—4:00pm

South Jordan Police Department

10655 S Redwood Rd., South Jordan UT 84095

September 23, 2022    8:00am-4:00pm

Iowa Law Enforcement Academy

7105 NW 70th Avenue, Johnston, IA 50131

March 2, 2022

South Metro Public Safety Training Facility

7525  Braemar Blvd., Edina, MN 55439

April 29 2022  8:00am—4:00pm

Minnesota Post # 10444-0010

Lawrence Police Department
5150 N Post Road     Lawrence, IN 46226

Fall 2022

Coming Soon

LETB Provider # 47-1487003

Spokane County Sheriff Training Center

6011 N. Chase Rd.,  Newman Lake, WA 99025        

Fall 2022

Coming Soon

Comments from attendees:


"Great presenter. Exactly what I was looking for!. Concise with a lot of relevant information."

Deputy Chief Adam Yates, Quincy (IL) PD

"Very knowledgable on the subject and very detailed. This will assist in starting our evaluation program."

Deputy Chief Tyler Kent, Mendota (IL) PD

"Very Informative. Great info to have a put to use. The strongest feature was the knowledge shared about the evaluation process."

Office Administrator Linda Hood, Peoria County (IL) States Attorney Office

"The information was delivered well. I received the exact information I was hoping to receive. I highly recommend."

Asst. Chief William Bob, Colville Tribal (WA) PD

"The instructor kept the material interesting and kept me engaged. Great material on how to properly evaluate subordinates. Easy format and good information as to how to conduct evaluations and keep them positive."

Sgt. Keith Cochran, Steven County (WA) SO

"The instructor kept the subject moving along in an easy to follow, relaxed format. I enjoyed the class and the templates are a plus."

Sgt. Sandra Shah, Toppenish (WA) PD

"His extensive experience in law enforcement and doing employee evaluations was certainly a benefit for this class.  Will certainly attend more classes. Gave me a good understanding of how to begin our employee evaluation program."

Asst. Chief of Police Bill Lodge, Camanche (IA) PD

"The information was good. I appreciated the human error factor the most. The practical exercises were helpful as well. Overall, a great class!"

Sgt. Dave Liska, Clive (IA) PD

"Thank you for adapting to the corrections side. I'm pleased that it was not only "cop" geared. Passionate about his teaching. Does well keep partcipants engaged." Asst. Chief Jailer Jake Clymer, Jasper County (IA) SO

"Found new ways that benefit myself as a supervisors and able to take back to the agency."

Sgt. Thomas Leonard, Scott County (IA) SO

“Good class with useful information. Instructor was well versed in the topic. Good information and kept participants engaged in the class.:

Deputy Chief Chad Farmer, Muskogee (OK) PD

"Emphasis on continued contact with the employee. I appreciated the reasoning behind the attitude of  evaluations. I have always been afraid of evaluations. I have a different outlook now."  Records Supervisor Lorinda Curd, Stillwater (OK) PD


"Very interactive. Made sure subjects were understood. Funny, made class enjoyable. This will help me with future evaluations."

Kyle Wheeler, Seminole (OK) PD

"Clear, concise and personal experiences portrayed and all were relevant."

Lt. Matthew Bain, Urbana (IL) PD


"This provided a great foundation for implementing a formal, professional employee evaluation process.”   

Chief Kyle Kolling, Clyde Hill (WA) PD

"I trust his instruction because of credibility and legitimacy. Provided personal stories directly adaptable to the subject matter that I could relate to and put into context."  Dep. Scott Wells, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WA)

"Very knowledgeable about the topic and very willing to bring class knowledge and participation into the fold. This class provided me a lot of great information to take back to my agency."  Sgt. Ryan Pittman, Mills County (IA) Sheriff's Office

"Good discussion and examples. Kept things moving and subject matter was on point. Has done the job and credibility is there. I have a ton of ideas to take back to my department. Didn't really find anything I won't use."   

Chief Lisa Kepford, Tipton (IA) Police Department

"Overall much needed training. Learned some fresh ideas and ways to track performance".  

Commander Kelly Carroll, Dyer (IN) Police Department

"Instructor knows the topic and had a usable, well thought out presentation. We will be changing our evaluation process, both in policy and the evaluation form currently used".  Commander Brian Neyhart, Schererville (IN) Police Department