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​Intoxicated Leadership - AM Session 8:30 to Noon
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Intoxicated Leadership
January 14, 2021
8:30 AM to Noon
Where We Come From
January 14, 2021
1 PM to 4:30
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Intoxicated Leadership illustrates what happens when we allow our emotions to hijack our
ability to think critically. Whether provoked during a disagreement, in command on the fireground, or even at home with our families, the ability to stay in control of yourself and the situation is a must for leaders. Be prepared to laugh in this class while we poke fun at the collective ego of the fire service, as well as gaining a better understanding of motivation, engagement, coaching, and influence among our teams.

T O P I C S I N C L U D E :
How Conflict Hijacks Our Ability to Command Firegrounds & Conduct Conversations
-Emotional Intelligence -Tunnel Vision & Auditory Exclusion
-Attention & Working Memory

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​Where We Come From - PM Session - 1 to 4:30 PM
Preserving Yet Influencing Fire Service Culture
While change can invite and usher in innovation it can also create tension in our organizations, and space where incumbents fear becoming irrelevant. If this happens we risk losing the common sense, historical perspective and value they offer our organization and teams. Perhaps worse, we are inviting these folks to become toxic and disengage for our progress. In this class we discuss the importance of understanding culture, and when change, especially from tradition is necessary—and when it’s not. Leaders at all ranks are welcome for an honest discussion on how to move the fire service we know and love forward without forgetting where we came from.

T O P I C S I N C L U D E :
Leading and Learning for the Next Generation
-Internal & External Culture -There's more to mission than making a statement
-SCARF Model (Dr. David Rock)

Benjamin Martin has over seventeen years in public safety and currently serves as a Captain with a large metro fire department in Virginia. He is an international speaker on a variety of leadership topics including emotional intelligence, communication, industrial psychology, and organizational culture. His presentations explore the science and health of leadership tactics in order to allow departments to operate more efficiently, with higher morale and personnel buy-in. 
His leadership articles have appeared in publications including Fire Engineering, FireRescue, Fire Department Training Network (FDTN), International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI), FirefighterToolbox, and FirefighterWife. 

He is the founder of EmbraceTheResistance.com which features leadership training for existing and aspiring leaders. You can email him at BMartin@EmbraceTheResistance.com.


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Benjamin Martin