In the modern age's fast-paced, technology-driven work environment, being busy has become the default mode of operation. Being busy is now a substitute for being effective. Checking items off our to-do lists has replaced genuine accomplishment. We fight fires by default even though we know that fire prevention is a better strategy. Our agencies and our careers get stuck in doing what we've always done instead of imagining what might be.
Effective leaders do not participate in the rat race. They understand how to set clear priorities and develop processes for achieving important results. Effective leaders live by design, not by default. Effective leaders have more to offer their organizations and the people in them.
Why to-do lists are poor tools
Why setting goals doesn't work for most people and what to do instead
Why your daily habits are the best indicator of your success
Why good habits are difficult to form, and bad habits are hard to break
How to develop a healthy relationship with technology
How to identify your priorities and organize your life around them
The natural law that is critical to your personal effectiveness
The one skill that improves all others
Countless strategies to take control of your time and gain control of your life
This workshop is approved for 6 POST and CLEs Credit.
For District Attorney personnel, reimbursements come out of the approved travel budget for the Judicial Circuit. Employees of other agencies are not eligible for reimbursement by PAC. You are responsible for your own lodging. The suggested lodging list is located under the Documents tab listed above.
You are responsible for your own lodging. The suggested lodging list is located under the Documents tab listed above.
Registration is open until March 22nd at 5:00 PM. There is a $50 registration fee. PAC will provide light snacks, coffee, and water. No meals are provided by PAC.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call with questions. Thank you!
Lead Instructor at Guardian Leadership
Trent Lindgren is a trainer and facilitator with the John Maxwell Team and a lead instructor with Guardian Leadership. Trent has over 25 years of combined military and law enforcement experience, having served 8 years in the U.S. Army as a cavalry scout and 17 years in law enforcement. He became a police officer after the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, beginning his law enforcement career with the Atlanta Police Department. Trent worked his way through the ranks of Uniform Patrol, K-9, and Traffic Enforcement before being promoted to his current role as Major of Operations with the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety. Trent earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Kennesaw State University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Columbus State University. He is also a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command and the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College Professional Management Program.