Leadership is one of the most important traits emergency managers should have, but what makes a good leader? This week Chuck and Daniel are talking about 5 key traits of effective leaders and how to make yourself a better leader in whatever you do!
I’m charged with a leadership group and me and my cohort, we’re going to be rising seniors. We have to find an initiative to work with our underclassmen. Is this something Julia? He said, is this something Julia,
You’ve got to change the balance. And what I mean by this is, they’re looking at the status quo– let’s talk a situation where people have to evacuate, right?
First it’s, well, what do you see? What do you think? What would you like to do? What would you like to do means, you still need to get my permission to do it. But then when you say, “I intend to,” that means all you need to do is not get a no.
obviously, with IPAWS, that is definitely on the radar screen of those inside FEMA that are administrating the IPAWS program. It is a true program that we face, and a dynamic one; it’s going to continue to change, as technology goes forward. And so, some of the discussions inside FEMA now are, for example
But if you want to build a high-performing team, this is where I would, like… a lot of people I see, we have an inordinate amount of energy and time and money spent on recruiting, and then we neglect how people talk to each other. It doesn’t make any sense.
EP 34 Creating a Resilient EM Team [TODD DEVOE] Hey, welcome to EM Weekly. And today, our guest is Brent…
So, I do see this as a time of extraordinary turbulence, and I think over history, we go through them. There are periods that are more stable, and then you get turbulent…