Grow professionally and personally by attending the California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute at Drucker

Cal Chiefs has partnered with the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University in Southern California to offer you an exceptional career development program. This one-of-a-kind west coast Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is a premier program designed to enhance your leadership skills. A rigorous two-week academic and subject matter expert rich executive leadership development experience will shape you professionally and personally. 

ELI offers participants the opportunity for a Drucker inspired learning environment where the principles of Peter F. Drucker are imbued with a law enforcement perspective.

What’s in your professional and personal toolkit? Are you a new chief or aspiring leader preparing for executive leadership? If it’s time to get serious about your law enforcement career, this Institute offers you:

  • The Drucker learning environment
  • Connective Leadership assessments
  • Professors and lecturers at Drucker
  • Law enforcement subject matter experts
  • Small group learning activities and discussions as well as lectures and panels
  • Professional contacts and relationships that will increase your network

Curriculum:

Exemplary Policing, Mindfulness, Leadership Decision Making, Risk Management, Effective Teams, Leading During Crisis, Citizen Engagement and Public Trust, and other topic areas key to your professional growth will be presented. The complete schedule is available here.  

Graduates will receive a California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute at Drucker Certificate. Option for graduate level college credit is available at additional cost and course work.

Dates: July 21 – August 4, 2017

Location: Claremont Graduate University, Claremont California.

Tuition: $9,800, fee includes all materials, instruction, housing in graduate student housing on the Claremont Graduate University campus, meals and activities, gift bag, welcome reception and dinner, and graduation ceremony

Application: Due June 1, 2017 along with payment. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis. Enrollment is limited to 40 and applicants are reviewed for acceptance. ELI is a rigorous course of work and students must be prepared to actively participate, do the required reading and complete the required project during the course. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree.  Download an application here. Accepted applicants will receive an invoice for tuition.