EPISODE 112

Doing More with Less:
Scaling Resources in Major Incidents, Training, and Leadership Development

 

May 1, 2022 | Podcast

Train derailment scene in southern Arizona

Whether you are trying to deliver consistent training to thousands of people or manage a major critical incident one thing is for certain: More is not always better. But a lot of tasks at major events are manpower intensive and we need to make the most of the available resources. This is a thought exercise especially for people who work in either really big or really small organizations who want to be able to scale up or down according to their needs, and who need to develop expertise in their front line troops and supervisors.

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