Darin is a college professor, teaching management and leadership. Let's see if I pass the test.
I had a lot of fun chatting with Joe Clay. Learn how I feel about the age old question of toilet paper, over or under and several more off the wall questions. We also dig into my book and leadership.
Learn about emergency management, corrections, writing, leadership and of course, my book. Michael and I talk these subjects and more. Thanks for the great conversation Michael!
Read my interview on Billion Success. I talk about my book, "Reflections on Leadership. I also include some of the marketing tips, what success looks like for me (it's not the same for everyone. I talk about why I do not dwell on the past and I give some book and podcast recommendations, and some of my thoughts on life.
I had a great conversation with Sean Litvak of Litvak Leadership. We talked about my book, historical perspectives about leadership and emotional intelligence and I provide a quick framework for proving actionable feedback.
I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I did.
Dennis Mossburg has a worked over 18 years in corrections and is an Incident Command System (ICS), Type III Operations Section Chief. Dennis is also the founder of Grey Moose Leadership Group.
As a leader, he has supervised staff in corrections, supervising their day-to-day activities and emergency response. As a member of a Type III incident management team, Dennis has responded to emergencies involving contaminated water incidents, computer system breeches, the Kilauea Volcano in Hawai'i and Hurricane Florence in North Carolina.
He is also a volunteer at Dachshund Rescue NW.
Professionally Dennis has lead teams in pre-planned uses of force in the corrections setting, supported county jails in communities under threat of wild fires, assisted the Island of Hawai'i in responding to the Kilauea volcano and provided guidance and support in rescue and humanitarian missions in North Carolina.
Much of his leadership experience has been in getting A Type personalities to get along and move in the same direction.
Some of his proudest professional moments are helping to rescue the mistreated. Dennis has been a long time volunteer at DRNW and has recently created their strategic plan and created other business reports for the rescue.
In his spare time, Dennis enjoys bicycling, weightlifting, spending time with his dogs and wife. So far his battle tested leaderships skills have no effect on the dogs or wife.
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