Private Security Management

Managing Accounts - Retaining Clients - Growing Businesses

by Roy S. Wyatt

Private Security Management
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Private Security Management

Managing Accounts - Retaining Clients - Growing Businesses

by Roy S. Wyatt

Published Nov 20, 2015
339 Pages
Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Service Industries



 

Book Details

AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION ON MANAGERIAL PRACTICES AND METHODS! There are many books written informing how to manage. Everyone has their interpretation based on what has worked for them, but many are written informing what needs done versus "how" to actually do it. In the Private Security Industry, these managers need proven techniques along with options - not a point in the right direction. With PRIVATE SECURITY MANAGEMENT, you get that and more. Learn useful techniques and valuable information in areas such as: Motivating employees Difference between the various accounts (single-site, multiple, and national accounts) and the most needed qualities and skillsets for managing them Reducing and/or eliminating overtime Differences/roles of the three authorities: Leadership, Supervision and Management Understand and creating post orders Hiring the right-fit person Understanding security contracts, and much much more PRIVATE SECURITY MANAGEMENT is for the managers that "MAKE IT HAPPEN" every day. These managers have many titles: OPERATION MANAGERS, AREA/FIELD MANAGERS, SITE MANAGERS, ACCOUNT MANAGERS, REGIONAL, BRANCH OR ZONE MANAGERS, etc. Although the titles vary, their duties remain the same. To successfully manage a team of officers on a single/multiple client accounts. Roy Wyatt has been managing almost 30 years with a proven track record of experience in Security Operations, Management and Procedures. He is the author of the books: The Professional Security Officer-Agent, Life Lessons Revealed and now Private Security Management. This book encourages managers to look at their accounts as a business, and demonstrates how current effective management techniques can be used to improve manager's efficiency and overall productivity. The author takes proven management principles and applies them to everyday duties of effectively managing security accounts. Do not interpret what needs done. Clients, the Security Company, and your employees need results that only come by managers demonstrating this in their performance.

 

About the Author

Roy S. Wyatt

Roy Wyatt was born in 1964. He was raised in a rural town named Montpelier, Virginia, just northwest of Richmond – The Capital City. He was born to a millworker and homemaker, Mary and John Lee Wyatt. Both of his parents had very limited formal education. Both had been removed from school to help support their household at a very young age. His parents married in 1962. They had seven siblings with one child passing away after a brief moment on this earth. Roy has always been a free-spirited thinker. He never believed in people putting boundaries on him, and always believed anyone can do whatever they desired with hard work and the right mental approach. He has always taken a unique perspective of things, and never allowed anyone’s judgment to dictate his way of thinking, but rather an opportunity to learn from the communication and form his own judgment. Because Roy was introverted, he never felt the need for others praise or inspiration, but got his strength from within. He always had a mental toughness, and any goal he set for himself rarely wasn’t achieved. Throughout his life, Roy constantly thought about doing/creating something that would have an impact on a large segment of people but didn’t know what – that was until his sister informed him of his nephews that was already in college. Not wanting them to become a dropout statistic, Roy started researching information in this area, and after three years, published his first book called “College Years Profile”. Not really knowing what the publishing industry entails, the book seriously needed some work before it could be bookstore worthy. But while writing, it felt good, but the bug hadn’t hit him yet, and it would take a decade before publishing his next book. His next novel, “The Professional Security Officer-Agent” released in 2015. He has already published three novels and working on his forth. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, writing, and when not doing this, he enjoys staying in shape, spending time with family/friends, and performing home improvements. He currently resides in Richmond, Virginia.

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