FIRE LEADERSHIP TRAINING

Leadership in Action has built a course focusing on providing fire teams with the leadership skills and tools needed in the fire service environment.  Our four part program focuses on building well developed action plans and goals.

Partner with LIA to have a Results-Driven Leadership program brought to your Fire Department. This program gives you the tools, techniques, workshops, and classroom interaction to further develop your skills.  You and your department benefit immediately through well developed action plans and defined goals beginning at the first class.  This program is beneficial to those currently in leadership positions and those who aspire to leadership positions.  The program is divided into four parts but can be customized to the needs of your department.

Leadership for Lifesavers has been described as a valuable, can’t-be-missed opportunity.  Participants agree it is time well spent and gives them practical tools to succeed in their leadership positions.

FIRE LEADERSHIP TRAINING

Partner with LIA to have a Results-Driven Leadership program brought to your Fire Department. This program gives you the tools, techniques, workshops, and classroom interaction to further develop your skills.  You and your department benefit immediately through well developed action plans and defined goals beginning at the first class.  This program is beneficial to those currently in leadership positions and those who aspire to leadership positions.  The program is divided into four parts but can be customized to the needs of your department.

Leadership for Lifesavers has been described as a valuable, can’t-be-missed opportunity.  Participants agree it is time well spent and gives them practical tools to succeed in their leadership positions.

The New Milford Fire Protection District’s Administrative staff are currently halfway through a Leadership Class provided by Leadership in Action. This class focuses on communication, the growth of individuals and the team, as well as many other must have topics for anyone in or aspiring to be in a leadership position. While our staff is only halfway through, it has become very clear that the subject matter provided is not only well prepared but well received by our members. The instruction provided by Ian Gregory and Karen Gregory is second to none. Their ability to encourage conversation and honest self-reflection is what has allowed our class to already identify our staff’s strength and weakness as a group and also break down some barriers related to problem solving and accountability. We highly recommend this class to any agency or corporation looking to give their leaders the tools needed to truly be the best in their field. Thank you Leadership in Action for the guidance you have provided, we are looking forward to seeing you next month.

New Milford Fire Protection

Fire Departments We’ve Worked With:

  • Dixon Fire Department
  • Stillman Fire Protection District
  • Harlem Roscoe Fire Protection District
  • New Milford Fire Protection District
  • Elburn & Countryside Fire Protection District

EMERGENCY SERVICES LEADERSHIP TRAINING

Leadership in Action has built a course focusing on providing emergency services teams with the leadership skills and tools needed in the first responder environment. Our program focuses on building action plans and goals.

During a response to a catastrophic event, communities look to their first responders as a source of hope and security. As the first people on the scene, these services get the community back on the path to recovery. However, as community members themselves with families and homes, our first responders are just as vulnerable to disasters as everyone else. It is critical that responders prepare themselves and their families for the effects of a disaster so when duty calls they will be able to rise to the occasion and perform their duties with peace of mind. A prepared first responder makes families, fire departments, and communities stronger.

The Resilient & Ready program walks through steps emergency personnel can take to prepare families and homes, like setting up a tiered phone tree to make sure kids are picked up, having a meeting place if a tornado or fire should affect their home, how to turn off water or gas lines and items to include in vehicle or basement emergency kits.

EMERGENCY SERVICES LEADERSHIP TRAINING

During a response to a catastrophic event, communities look to their first responders as a source of hope and security. As the first people on the scene, these services get the community back on the path to recovery. However, as community members themselves with families and homes, our first responders are just as vulnerable to disasters as everyone else. It is critical that responders prepare themselves and their families for the effects of a disaster so when duty calls they will be able to rise to the occasion and perform their duties with peace of mind. A prepared first responder makes families, fire departments, and communities stronger.

The Resilient & Ready program walks through steps emergency personnel can take to prepare families and homes, like setting up a tiered phone tree to make sure kids are picked up, having a meeting place if a tornado or fire should affect their home, how to turn off water or gas lines and items to include in vehicle or basement emergency kits.

If they’re not focused on the dangers we’re dealing with, they could make poor tactical or strategic decisions. We’re dealing with dangerous things like power lines down, entry into a burning building. We have to give 110 percent at scene. We have things we need to focus on. Our community relies on us to be committed on scene or someone can get hurt or there can be more property loss. Having a plan in place at home relieves some of the stress so we can do what we need to do.

Brian Kunce

Cheif, Blackhawk Fire Protection District

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