Leadership Perspectives

Leadership Perspectives is an archive of video interviews with leaders on various topical matter that is current and salient for our doctoral leaerners who may be interested in directions regarding areas of study within theor dissertations, and for faculty who might be interested in exploring the possibilities of topics for future research.
Each interview is based on a specific topic and videos are typically 30 minutes in length. For 2021 we begin with our first topic on leadership and will be addressing contemporary and cutting edge issues that should prove not only compelling but research-worthy for explorative potentials. Interviews are led by Dr. Erik Bean and Dr. Rodney Luster for the Center for Leadership Studies and Organizational Research.
Leadership Perspectives 2022
Dr. Munday is a retired law enforcement officer with over 23 years of experience eventually attaining the rank of Chief of Police. During his years in law enforcement, he was assigned to units such as Patrol, Crime Prevention, CSID Team, Bunco/Larceny, Exploited and Missing Child Unit, Fatal Accident Investigation, Vice/Organized Crime, Planning/Research, Community Policing, and Training/Recruitment. Dr. Munday has been a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Fraternal Order of the Police Lodge#5. During his public service he received numerous police department commendations including the Bronze Wreath of Valor, Bronze Wreath of Meritorious Service (2), Community Service Award, and the Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Munday received the Devore Foundation “Excellent in Public Service” award, and a school district “Golden Apple” award for his community service. 

In this installment of Leadership Perspectives we talk to Don about the inherent issues surrounding challenges in the polie force and what leadership practices can help to potentially enhance police departments around the country. Be sure to also checkout Don's white paper here as well.