Leesburg Police Lt. Patrick Daly on Thursday graduated from the Professional Executive Leadership School, an intensive three-week leadership education program conducted in cooperation with the University of Richmond.
The program is designed for individuals who serve in command/executive level positions within their agencies. The objective of this program is to acquaint participants with best practices in leadership, challenge them to reflect upon their own leadership competency, and examine ways of achieving both personal and professional growth. Curriculum topics may include critical thinking, delegation and leadership, developing your leadership skills, ethical decision making, foundations of leadership, going back and making a difference, history and leadership, influential leadership, law & leadership, leadership in crisis, leading multiple generations, leading with EQ, literature, managing conflict, media relations, motivational leadership, negotiations, politics and leadership, psychology and leadership, public policy and leadership, relationship centered leadership, setting goals for your team, strategic leadership, understanding diversity, urban crisis in America, and world religions.
Daly is the eighth current Leesburg Police Department command staff member to graduate from this program.