YOUR HOSTS

Robert Adams Jr., Ph.D.

Consultant - Diversity/ Organizational Change Cultural Anthropologist

Jack Hart

Captain, SFPD Blue Courage Master Educator

Michael Nila

Commander, Aurora PD (Ret.)
Blue Courage Founder

Kenneth L. Price, Ph.D.

Managing Partner ThomasLeland Cultural Anthropologist

Miss a Webinar?

Enter your name / email to instantly access our previous webinars on-demand:

By entering your info, you agree to receive periodic updates from us. We’ll never sell your information. View our Privacy Policy here.

Shifting Culture to Improve the World Around Us

These are tumultuous times. Immediately following the unprecedented pandemic that left the
world in uncertainty, an outbreak of civil unrest sparked by a police action spread across the globe. Resounding calls for reform, justice and equality are nationwide. A shift in the culture that exists in society, as well as the institutional culture within policing, must take a values-based approach to move beyond the current state to one that is more aspirational. Culture is never static -- it is dynamic and constantly improving or in decline. It will take awareness, enlightenment and wise, courageous leadership to leverage change. Join us for this free series of live webinars as we explore and discuss culture as it applies to current events, and how we can shift culture to improve the world around us.

About the Series


Each webinar is approximately 30 minutes.

Our exploration will include subject matter experts from the practice of cultural anthropology and the police profession: Dr. Robert Adams, Jr, a consultant specializing in diversity and inclusion, mindful leadership, organizational change, and strategic planning; Dr. Kenneth L. Price, a consultant leading ThomasLeland‘s culture change practice; Jack Hart, Captain of the San Francisco Police Department and Blue Courage Master Educator, Michael Nila, Commander of the Aurora (IL) Police Department (Ret.) and Founder of Blue Courage, LLC.

 

 

 

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” 

TS Elliot