Creating and Maintaining a Professional Workforce:

Managing Difficult People and Dealing with Negativity

in the Workplace  

Hosted by
Dr. Jeffrey C. Fox

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June
11
Thursday
June 11th
2:00 pm EDT

Here is What You'll Learn

The purpose of this webinar is to explore what might make people difficult and or negative in the workplace and to offer ways to manage such employees. We will examine ways to create and maintain a positive and professional workplace. Hiring, discipline, training, policy administration, leadership, and the human element will be discussed. Options for dealing with a disruptive employee and behavior will be discussed. 

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About Dr. Jeff Fox

Dr. Jeff Fox served for 27 years in the field of criminal justice, 21 of which were with the VA State Police. He began his law enforcement career as a military policeman in the Army and served as a town police officer, trooper, sergeant, first sergeant, and lieutenant. He served as a field lieutenant with the state police and served as the assistant training director. He served as the statewide incident management program manager for the VA Department of Transportation. Jeff earned a master’s degree in criminal justice administration and an MBA degree with specialization in criminal justice. He earned a PhD in business administration with specialization in homeland security. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute Administrative Officers Course and the VA Commonwealth Management Institute. Jeff has been teaching at various colleges and universities since 2001. He retired as the program coordinator and assistant professor for the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and Criminal Justice Cohort Programs for VCU. Jeff served as an assistant professor and chair of the Public Safety Adult Degree Completion Programs for a private college. He has taught approximately 700 hundred courses in homeland security, emergency management, business/management, and criminal justice. Academically, he has served as program coordinator, professor, chair, and associate dean.


For over thirty years, he has taught numerous leadership and management courses professionally and academically. A sampling of the courses taught are: the management process, ethics, civil liability, Applied Mediation & Cultural Diversity, Management of Justice Organizations, The Policy and Practice of Crisis Leadership and Emergency Management, Legal & Ethical Issues in Public Safety, Business Law, Principles of Organization Theory & Practice, Leadership and Human Resource Management, Theories of Executive Human Resource Management, Management and Leadership, Personal Leadership Development, Administration of Justice Organizations, Criminal Justice Leadership, and Criminal Justice Policy. He worked with the University of Virginia and together they created the National Criminal Justice Command College. He has taught many courses on leadership and management within the professional practitioner setting as well.

June
11
Thursday
June 11th
2:00 pm EDT