Monday, September 14, 2020

"Praise Publicly, Coach Privately" for PNP officers sleeping on duty?

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"Praise Publicly, Coach Privately.

Smart leaders understand the power of publicly praising excellence in action. So do it often. Coach your teammates as to areas they need to improve in private. So they can save face.

Teamwork makes the dream work!"

There is a debate about this premise: "Praise Publicly, Coach Privately."

They say any effective leader knows the saying, most especially Human Resources managers. If you have been in a leadership position once, there would be no need to break this down and explain.

This could be practiced in private companies since employee morale needs to be taken care of no matter what sector.....but except the sector that handles the safety and security of the country.

If tulog lahat ng pulis sa pag surprised inspection ng PNP top brass sa kanilang presinto, ang ibig sabihin niyan ay failure ang leadership ng kanilang commanding officer. Yung commanding officer dapat ang sinasabon sa harap ng media.

Kahit isa o dalawang pulis lang ang natutulog at pinapayagan ito ng mga kasamahan niya, malamang ito ay merong understanding or arrangement sa mga kapwa pulis on duty. "Ikaw muna matulog, mamaya ako naman."

I don't agree that policemen should be given the right to make that excuse. They are on duty to supposedly serve attentively at their best, and not as if  they're wasting taxpayers' money keeping them comfy during duty. If they're too sleepy, then go home or don't report for work, and let the responsible ones stay on guard.

It is a failure of leadership talaga kung yung nag surprise visit ay tatanungin lang kung bakit sila tulog. Kaya nga nag-iikot para gawing sample sa lahat ang kahalagahan ng tamang pagtatrabaho.

It may be true whether it's a corporate world or a police organization, that the emotions of individuals are the same. Ipahiya mo sila sa harapan ng maraming tao, obviously bababa ang moral nila. Baka nga yun pulis kapag sobrang napahiya, eh baka bumunot ng baril at barilin yung naninigaw sa kanya eh. But that would only mean the cop is not right for the job, and the commanding officer failed to instill responsibility on his team.

It should always be the fault of the commanding officer. It's called command responsibility.

Thus if the commanding officer could not discipline his team, regardless how many times he has coached them, - zero or a dozen times- then it could only mean either there is no respect of authority being accorded by the team to their commanding officer because he does not have the qualities of being a leader.

Let's remove "fear" of their leader from the equation and work on "respect" instead.

Also, every policeman should know what their job entails. There is no room for sleeping in the job because lives are at stake. They should be like ants during duty. Ants actually never sleep. Policemen can sleep at their homes when they are off-duty.

Failure of leadership talaga if hindi Mila marealize na even policemen needs to rest, but they should do it at their own homes and not while on duty. The top brass should implement humane and realistic work setup so the peeps under him could work effectively.

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