CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER
Michael J. Oyer, Director
Illinois Central College-North Campus-Poplar Hall
5407 N. University Street P100
Peoria, IL 61635-0001
Phone: (309) 690-7350
Fax: (309) 690-7359
Jean Swan: firstname.lastname@example.org
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On Target Solutions Employee Evaluations: Solutions to Improve Performance
Instructor: Dale Gustafson, On-Target Solutions
December 5, 2018
8am – 4pm
This one-day course is a designed for all law enforcement professionals from chief executive officer to first-line supervisors that evaluate employee performance.
What if you could take the angst out of conducting employee evaluations? This frustration is not only on the part of the evaluator, but also the employee receiving the evaluation. This training will provide concrete solutions on how to easily complete these forms and improve employee motivation and effectiveness.
Organizations, as well as those supervisors that complete employee evaluations, must understand the importance of this critical function. This training will focus on preparing the employee evaluation within your current evaluation system. Other forms of performance review will also be discussed. By completing accurate, detailed, and specific evaluations, evaluators will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their employees. In addition, quality employee evaluations are defensible for the future employment actions should it be necessary.
Best practices for Employee Evaluations
Why are evaluations so important
The importance of equitable evaluations
Differences between qualitative and qualitative measurements
Planning for the review process and the need for supportive documentation
Performance evaluation language samples
Dale Gustafson served as a municipal police officer in the suburbs of Chicago, IL for thirty-one years. Dale served with the Homewood Police Department for twenty-eight years where he progressed through the ranks as a Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant and Deputy Chief. During the first thirteen years of his career, he served as a Patrol Officer with special assignments as a Field Training Officer, Academy Instructor, Firearms Instructor and DARE Officer. Dale had the opportunity to supervise or command all aspects of the police department as the Deputy Chief of Administration the Deputy Chief of Operations. He was very active with the South Side Suburban Association of Chiefs of Police and was selected by the membership to serve as the Commander, or Director, of serval other multi-jurisdictional teams and earned numerous Department awards and commendations.