When it comes down to the core it’s up to you to control you and you only the best version of yourself.
This week we are talking to Eric McNulty from the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard. We have had Eric on to talk about the NPLI, however today we are talking about the new book that has just been releases called You’re it.
Eric’s columns on leadership and management appear regularly at strategy+business, where he is a contributing editor.
Ownership and accountability for decision. Sjogren’s has changed my life, but I’m tired of using it as a crutch to be lazy and make poor decisions.
Chief met, Brent Callender LCpl, Purple Heart USMC at the Wounded Warrior Center aboard Camp Pendleton, CA. Helping each other transition from active duty to civilian life with help of the Warrior Built Foundation, PTSD Foundation of America.
This week we are talking to Jerusha Kasch from Rice University about the role of the emergency manager and where they belong in the organization chart. This is one of the key parts to increase the professional standards of the field of emergency management.
This week we talk to Jody Carter about emergency management in the hospital setting. As you look for opportunities in emergency management don’t just stop…
At the end of the day, especially when you’re tired, it can be difficult to make changes to your routine, but I will work on establishing an evening routine to prepare myself for a restful evening. I feel sleeping through the night is one of my biggest challenges.
SARCASM: funny and possibly offensive way to get the point across. We use it all the time to better understand or redirect our thoughts.
This week we talk to Brian Sims of the Disaster Logistics Board. As you may have heard that infantry fights the battles, but logistics wins the wars. That saying is true. We have won wars by disrupting the supply lines. So in the context of Emergency Management, logistics is one of the key elements that we need to address.