Here is What You'll Learn
To provide training and tools to participants in order to grow their leadership potential. To aid in the personal growth of each participants leadership development through understanding and interaction with proven methods and experience. This program is designed for all individuals no matter the level of influence or leadership position.
If you are a leader in your family or organization or in any capacity it is your responsibility to help those around you be successful! The best leaders have surrounded themselves with good people that will guide them, mentor them, and hold them accountable. It is crucial that you surround yourself with positive people that will mentor, guide, motivate, and hold you accountable to do things honorably. This is key to growing and developing each person into the leader that we want them to be and/or the leader they want to become.
About Earl Morrison
Earl has been in Law Enforcement since 2000. He has served in a variety of roles including Police Chief, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Detective, and Patrolman. Before becoming a police officer Earl was a correctional officer for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for six years. He also spent three years in the U.S. Army and three years in the Texas Army National Guard. Earl has held several leadership positions in his private life within the church community as a Men’s group leader and church Elder, and within the city community as Chairman of the Board for the city’s Employee Credit Union.
In addition to holding numerous certifications through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Lamar University and a Master's in Criminal Justice from the University of Houston. He is a graduate of the Leadership Command College at Sam Houston State University. Earl is a public speaker and author. His first book, Leadership Lessons Learned: Leading and Learning with Character was published in 2018 and his second book, Mentoring for Life was published in 2020. Earl lives with his wife, Penny and their four children in Texas.