The TFCA and On-Demand Leadership are pleased to provide communication and leadership training opportunities to fire officers throughout Texas.
Improving Accountability within Fire Departments: This workshop focuses on essential communication strategies to provide leaders with the tools they need to effectively tackle difficult conversations and to consistently give negative performance feedback.
Monday, April 16 in the Houston Area (hosted by Pearland FD)
$290, Click here
Preventing Shift Wars: Encouraging Collaboration without Crushing Camaraderie: This workshop focuses on preventing and eliminating conflict between shifts, stations, operations, and administration with proven strategies for unifying dispersed work teams across multiple shifts.
Tuesday, April 17 in the Houston Area (hosted by Pearland FD)
$290, Click here
Improved Decision Making for Fire Officers: Proven strategies to significantly sharpen critical thinking skills, steadily improve troubleshooting abilities, and help people reliably arrive at functional, workable solutions, even in constantly changing environments.
Tuesday, May 29 in San Antonio (hosted by Alamo Heights FD) $290, Click here
Leading Among Friends in the Fire Service: Leaders will learn how to channel their good intentions by setting and maintaining boundaries and by honing a few key leadership and communication skills to interact with subordinate friends in a way that’s real, but that’s also appropriate.
Wednesday, May 30 in San Antonio (hosted by Alamo Heights FD) $290, Click here
About the workshop leader:
Dr. Geoffrey Tumlin is the president of On-Demand Leadership and the author of Stop Talking, Start Communicating (McGraw-Hill, 2013). Geoffrey earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, and his B.S. from West Point. After graduating from West Point, Geoffrey served as an infantry officer in Hawaii. His work has appeared in over 150 media outlets and publications, including the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, Fast Company, Inc.com, SiriusXM radio, Fox Business, Investor’s Business Daily, and CNNMoney/Fortune.com, and he’s a frequent guest of fire service organizations throughout Texas.