Lead, Survive, and Thrive: Developing Fire Service Leaders

May 6: Acquire the tools to effectively operate as an officer in today’s internal and external environments.
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Date: June 29, 2021 11 AM Eastern

Duration: 1 Hour

CEU: A certificate of attendance will be offered.

Explore the tools and qualities you need to lead your teams to ultimate success. This powerful, interactive, and engaging webcast discusses the primary traits and skills associated with leading, inspiring, motivating, communicating, commanding, and evaluating. You will acquire the tools to effectively operate as an officer in today’s internal and external environments. Whether you are a newly promoted company officer or a senior fire service manager, this program will energize you to “Lead, Survive, and Thrive” within your organization.

Presented by: Doug Mitchell Jr.and Dan Shaw

Doug Mitchell, Jr. has more than 27 years in the fire service. He is a captain in the Fire Department City of New York’s 7th Division; previously, he was the executive officer of the Probationary Firefighters School. He served as a lieutenant in the Bronx, a fire marshal in Queens, and a firefighter in Manhattan. He is a vice president of Traditions Training, LLC. He has a B.S. degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. He co-authored 25 to Survive: Reducing Residential Injury and Line-of-Duty Deaths (Fire Engineering, 2013).

Dan Shaw has been a member of the fire service since 1992 and is the deputy chief with the Fairfax County (VA) Fire & Rescue Department and vice president of Traditions Training, LLC. He is the co-author of 25 to Survive: Reducing Residential Injury and Line-of-Duty-Deaths (Fire Engineering, 2013).

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Sponsored by: Waterous Company

Waterous has been making quality, American-Made firefighting related products since 1886.

THEN – Waterous made complete apparatus including horse-drawn, steam-driven hose carts until 1929 when the focus changed to manufacture the best fire pumps in the world.

NOW – Waterous still builds revolutionary fire suppression systems and holds true to the philosophy “Cast, Machine, Assemble and Test our pumps in America.”

ALWAYS – Count on Waterous to provide you with the utmost in quality products and customer service.

MOVING FORWARD – 130 Years of history, Waterous remembers our distinguished history but it takes looking to the future to be successful. Moving forward, Waterous promises to be the standard for the industry in generating new ideas, new products and new innovations.n products, equipment and services.

Visit http://www.waterousco.com for more information.

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