Paul Butler: Leadership for a Lifetime

                                                                           

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EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
​Leadership for a Lifetime: Preparing Today's Officers to be Tomorrow's Leaders

​Sponsored by CAPE MAY COUNTY CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION

This motivational presentation will cover what it takes to be a good professional and highlight the power of being a good person. It will illustrate how to take individual talents and apply them to the group setting to make an unstoppable and productive team. The ability to lead is present in everyone, regardless of their rank in an organization or irrespective of their situation in life. There are common characteristics that respected people and effective leaders share - most of these traits are developed by the individual rather than through the position they hold. This presentation will cover some of these most important leadership traits, as well as how each individual can use the lessons of yesterday to overcome the challenges of today and capitalize on the opportunities of tomorrow.​​Paul Butler is an internationally renowned speaker, presenter, instructor, and entertainer. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with a concentration in Culture and Communication, as well as an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice. He excels in the areas of motivation, leadership, customer service, and attitude empowerment. During his 27 years of law enforcement, he has been a public servant, training officer, sergeant, crisis negotiator, chief of police, and chief deputy. These opportunities have given him a unique perspective on a vast array of situations and circumstances that many people find themselves in every day. These experiences have helped him to develop the answers to questions and cures to problems most people are facing at work and in life on a continual basis. Paul became the chief of police of the Aynor Police Department at 22 years of age, making him the youngest police chief in the history of South Carolina. Born and raised on a small farm, his parents served as examples of hard work, common sense, personal responsibility, and respect for self and others. This has played heavily in his success in life and within each organization in which he has served.​​Please join us for a presentation on executive leadership covering topic areas of motivation, leadership, customer service, and attitude empowerment.​

 


                                               


  



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