September 21, 2017
Dean Crisp, a thirty-eight-year veteran of law enforcement and retired chief of police, who frequently speaks at national leadership seminars on such topics as executive leadership, motivating employees, and community policing, has completed his new book “Leadership Lessons from the Thin Blue Line”: an enthralling collection of authentic experiences and lessons that offers an inside view into the life of a longtime law enforcement leader.
“This book was developed the hard way, in the real world, by a results-oriented leader who faced guns, bombs, dope fiends, riots, disgruntled employees, political espionage, lawsuits, mediocrity, and miracles. The author is a retired police chief who has worked and taught throughout this nation and around the world. As a cop, he understands what it means to achieve the mission in the face of danger and controversy. Dean Crisp has learned just how essential it is to win the hearts, minds, and actions of human beings in order to accomplish the goals of the organization.”
—Kathleen Sheehan, LAPD lieutenant (retired and former police chief)
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Dean Crisp’s new release is a must-read for anyone looking to further their life, and become a leader.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Leadership Lessons from the Thin Blue Line” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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