Police Chief Sanchez on Journaling for Leadership

Write Your Way from Manager to Leader

Police Chief Sanchez on Journaling for LeadershipDid you know that journal-writing can be used to further your career and develop valuable leadership skills?

In this episode, meet Gina Rae Hendrickson, a friend and colleague whose company, Genius Leadership Tools, helps bring out the genius in you and your team. Together, we interview the Santa Barbara Chief of Police, Camarino Sanchez.

Chief Sanchez shares how journaling has helped him keep emotionally balanced, focused on what’s important, gain clarity and insight, deal with different people and difficult situations, and more. The Chief has been an icon of leadership in the California police force for several decades. He also explains why he encourages his entire staff to keep a private journal.

Write Your Way (From Manager to Leader) WorkshopThis interview is one snippet of a larger workshop series that Gina Rae and I are conducting on Journaling for Managers later this year. You are welcome to join us to learn powerful yet simple exercises that promote healthy leadership skills, including decision-making; prioritization; and crafting a message with authenticity, collaboration and trust. (JournalTalk, Episode #59, July 28, 2015)

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3 thoughts on “Write Your Way from Manager to Leader

  1. Dorothy

    This is one of the best interviews ever! Chief Sanchez is a wonderful example of a strong leader, yet at the same time he is a warm, loving human being who knows himself. I learned so much from his inspirational talk and now have a better understanding of how to rely on my journal for my career. Nathan and Gina did a fantastic job of summarizing key points along the way to help the listener absorb information. Thank you so much!!

    1. Nathan Ohren Post author

      Dear Yo, thanks for listening. I’m deeply satisfied that you’ve gleaned some good pointers from this talk, and have started putting them to use. You have important gifts the world needs, and I know if you stick with your passion, you’ll start a revolution in consciousness. Keep on writing!


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