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Coaching Services for New Law Enforcement Applicants


Forget why you chose a police career? Need to re-balance home and work? Management struggles? Wondering about promotion? Supervision problems keeping you up at night? People problems and conflicts? No clear personal vision or sense of your future? Misplaced priorities?

As an experienced officer, you know that police work is extremely challenging and demanding. Many and varied competencies are necessary to be successful on the street, back at headquarters, and at home with your family.

The ways you learn to manage yourself, relate to others, and balance work and personal life are critically important!

Police administrators, middle managers, and line-level officers are hiring personal coaches as "thinking partners" to help them meet the various work and personal challenges they face.

Benefits for Law Enforcement Officers

  • Crystallize your career vision
  • Set clear goals and objectives
  • Prepare for promotion
  • Become a better communicator
  • Improve interpersonal skills
  • Increase your emotional intelligence
  • Assess your strengths and developmental needs
  • Establish an action plan
  • Keep yourself focused and on schedule with your action steps
  • Problem solve potential obstacles to advancement
  • Get honest feedback from your coach
  • Deal with procrastination and task avoidance
  • Manage conflicts with others
  • Balance home and work life

I provide personal telephonic, fee-based, coaching to veteran law enforcement officers nationwide. Please contact me to discuss your interest and coaching arrangements. E-mail me at MacHart@PoliceInterview.com.

Veteran Law Enforcement Officers can benefit tremendously from personal coaching. "Performance coaching" focuses on helping officers to function well in a current assignment or position. "Developmental coaching," on the other hand, is personal coaching geared towards individuals who are preparing to take on new responsibilities or perhaps a higher-level position at the police agency (eg. promotion to sergeant, lieutenant, or captain). Assessment instruments (paper and pencil tests) are often helpful with this kind of coaching to evaluate personality traits, leadership strengths, developmental areas, and aspects of emotional intelligence. Police supervisors and managers need to acquire high-level interpersonal relationship skills to be maximally effective.

Please see my “Police Interview” newsletter archives to learn more about these coaching services:

Please download and print a copy of the “Coaching Agreement” [Word doc] [PDF] to review the specifics of the coaching agreement that I will ask you to sign and return when you are ready to begin the coaching process.

Online payment plans (Visa, Mastercharge, and debits from checking or savings account) are available via PayPal. Just click on the appropriate icon below to use these options.

Online payment plans (Visa, Mastercharge, and debits from checking or savings account) are available via PayPal. Just click on the appropriate icon below to use these options.

Online payment plans (Visa, Master Card, and debits from checking or savings account) are available via PayPal. Just click on the appropriate icon below to use these options.

Coaching Fee Plans

Introductory offer: 30-minute coaching call $75.00
Three (3) 30-minutes coaching calls $240.00
Four (4) 30-minute coaching calls $300.00

Other packages and prices available.

To Discuss Coaching Arrangements please contact me:

Phone: (804) 353-6700 (press #1)
email: MacHart@Policeinterview.com


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Law enforcement coaching services for new police applicants