Five Alarm Leadership: Real Leadership with Real People

Mar 30th 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Northcentral Technical College - Wausau Campus Conference Center - 1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401


Chief Lasky, a 38-plus year veteran of the fire service has experienced many of the challenges and hurdles that your fire department is facing. He has learned through his experience as a company grade officer, command-level officer, and executive officer, how to treat people, how to motivate them, mentor, to coach and counsel them, and in some cases discipline them, so that they want to come back and contribute even more to this great profession. Issues such as integrity, inspiration, interest, innovation, insight and initiative are all discussed and applied to life in the firehouse and on the fireground. Join Chief Lasky as he guides you through your most difficult but vital role as a leader in the fire service.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Chief Rick Lasky, a 38-year veteran of the fire service, served as chief of the Lewisville (TX) Fire Department for 12 years, prior to that as Fire Chief in Coeur d’Alene Idaho. Most recently, he was interim Chief for the Trophy Club (TX) Fire Department. Rick followed in his father’s footsteps beginning his career as a firefighter in the suburbs on the southwest side of Chicago and has been a line firefighter-paramedic, company grade officer, training officer and command-level officer. Rick has authored two best-selling books, co-hosts a radio show, and is a sought-after speaker by both the public and private sectors.