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Are you the kind of person who says hi or good morning to those you pass when you're out for a walk or run? Well Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, is this type of person and he joins us after his morning run for this...

In his latest "Moment of Clarity" installment, Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, comes to us straight from the pool. Not one to let a moment go to waste, he shares his reflections on his swimming journey, from barely swimming a lap, to swimming miles in...

I was pretty excited to start the new shift. Sure, it was graveyards, but I was a fairly new sergeant, and I knew the patrol team was full of hard-charging young officers who were eager to work. A dramatic turn from the day shift malaise...

In his first "Two-Minute Takeaway," Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, covers two important takeaways from Viktor Frankl's, Man's Search For Meaning.The first takeaway is to focus on what you can control. It is a very important and relevant message in today's climate. Whether it's...

It was a good Saturday morning so far. I was a fairly new Lieutenant Watch Commander, working weekend, dayshift. I just finished having breakfast with the sergeant at the local greasy spoon. A big fat breakfast burrito was sitting in my gut after being washed...

My latest after-run moment of clarity hits very close to home. My friend and mentor, the first female Sheriff in Orange County, Sandra Hutchens, has lost her battle with #BreastCancer. Sheriff Hutchens made Orange County a better and safer place for us all. She led...

It was my first briefing as a sergeant. I was nervous. Would the “guys” give me a hard time? Would I cover everything? Would I instill confidence in them? Would they follow me as a leader?Honestly, the 30 minute briefing session was a blur. I...

In his latest after-run moment of clarity, Chief Leadership Founder, Charlie Celano, has a special Veterans Day message for all of our amazing Veterans! To all the men and women who have served our great country, thank you! You make what we do possible and...

When I was twelve years old, my baby sister was at the tender age of six, and she would often make it very clear to me and my younger brother, that despite her being the youngest, she was really “in charge.” She had our parents...