Transitioning from the military to civilian life has many of the same challenges we see with police, but there also some distinct differences. Today, retired Army Colonel Rob Campbell joins host Adam Wills to discuss how his transition from a Commander of an infantry brigade has allowed him to launch his leadership training business, along with his VETtoCEO program. This free course helps veterans and Active, Guard, and Reserve military who are either exploring entrepreneurship as a career path choice or aggressively completing their business plan. This compelling discussion dives deep into leadership as an asset for public safety and military professionals, along with how and why entrepreneurship should be seriously considered when transitioning.
Public safety leadership is about so much more than how to supervise people or command a scene. Kerry Plemmons is the co-founder of the University of Denver’s Public Safety Leadership Program where he is focused on developing holistic public safety leaders. This unique program takes law enforcement, fire, and EMS students into the mountains of Colorado for an immersive 3-day experience that will help these emerging leaders understand team dynamics and grow both professionally and personally . In this episode, Kerry will tell you how you can replicate their program for your own state or region.
In this part 2 episode, I collaborate with Adam Kinakin of the Tactical Breakdown Podcast for a simulcast episode on both shows. We discuss an array of topics about our show, leadership, training principles and practices, the future of the ILET Summit and much more.
In this part 1 episode, I collaborate with Adam Kinakin of the Tactical Breakdown Podcast for a simulcast episode on both shows. We discuss an array of topics about our show, leadership, training principles and practices, the future of the ILET Summit and much more.
We’ve all heard it and we’ve all said it, “That’s the way we’ve always done it.” In this episode of the Public Safety Innovators Podcast, Scott Savage and I will discuss why we think this mentality is one of the most pervasive cancers that is affecting the law enforcement profession. This attitude stifles our own growth and negatively impacts our ability to serve our communities, adapt to societal expectations, and rise to the occasion.
Identifying the sources of toxicity and stifled growth in your agency can be challenging. In this episode Carrie shares how to eliminate toxicity and cultivate growth-minded leaders so that your agency can thrive and increase employee retention, even in our current challenging environment.