Earl Morrison and Leading and Learning with Character provide Leadership Development Training to individuals, organizations and businesses. Leadership development is crucial to the success of any organization.
Earl Morrison, the owner of Leading and Learning with Character has been in Law Enforcement since 2000, and has served in a variety of roles including Chief of Police, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Detective, and Patrolman. Before becoming a police officer he 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. Additionally, he 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, Earl 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 Morrison has held leadership positions in both his private life and professional life. Throughout his life he has encountered many different types of people and leaders. Earl has striven to be the best leader that he can be no matter the place or the title he holds. Earl rose to the top of his profession as a chief of police in 2014. In June 2018 his first book, Leadership Lessons Learned: Leading and Learning with Character was published. Leadership Lessons Learned is a collection of the lessons he learned throughout his career and most recently as the head of an organization. These lessons hone in on his struggles and triumphs as he learned how to Lead and Learn with Character.