Leading in Times of Challenge Session 1: Relationships and Culture

Credit Hours:  1
Approximate reading time: 0.5 Hours
Approximate online time: 0.5 Hours

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Program Abstract

The fire service is facing many challenges from changes in finances, generational turnover operational needs, organizational management, personnel expectations, society, and technology. Sharing experiences, successes, and failures can help leaders learn from each other, expand their thinking, and bring new ideas and strategies to their departments. Leading in Times of Challenge is a conversation between fire service leaders about the challenges departments face today, understanding the factors at play, and addressing the challenges with creative solutions. Session 1 covers communication, interpersonal relationships, a culture of health and safety, and leadership development.

Leading in Times of Challenge Session 2: Team Building and Training is also available.

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