Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Schedule & Agendas
9:30 am - 10:30 am
OH BOTHER, WHY BOTHER, LEADERSHIP LESSONS THROUGH CHILDHOOD EYES!
Tracy Eldridge, On Scene First
What if someone told you that all of life’s most important leadership lessons where taught to you before the age of 10? Your instructor will take you on an entertaining, educational, and empowering journey back in time. We will make our way to “The 100 Acre Wood,” “They Big City” and England’s Lake District, upon arrival at our final destination, leadership will look very different through your childhood eyes!
10:45 am - 11:45 am
TECB Staff,Board Members and AT&T Personnel
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
STATE OF TENNESSEE GIS UPDATES
James Wood, True North Geographic Technologies
This update provides an overview of some of the changes and new layers that will be provisioned into the new nationwide ESINet implementation.
1) Understand requirements for the Intrado provisioning process
2) Understand new layer schema
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
BUILDING TRUST WITH THOSE WE DISPATCH - A QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT
Joe McCarville, 911 Gold Line Training
This session will look at building trust with Law Enforcement, Firefighters as well as medical responders. Hear real-life stories of how trust was built with each profession prior to a question and answer session with law enforcement emergency responders.
**Up to two emergency responders (Law Enforcement) will join me for the Q&A barring they are not required to work overtime or receive a subpoena for this date. If they are unable to attend the session will be interactive with students and the instructor. **
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
LEADERSHIP and MANAGEMENT
THE INCREDIBLES: YOUR NEXT GEN OF STAFFING
Maureen Dieckmann, Moetivations
MULTIPLE GENERATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
Whether traditional, millennial, or baby boomer, this job is never going to be easy. Especially challenging is understanding and appreciating generational behaviors and different communication styles. Learn practical daily activity tips that help you (regardless of title) welcome new hires and inspire anyone.
Work with incredible respect and incredible awareness of the consequences of not getting this right.
Three learning objectives:
Prepare each other for achieving desired promotions.
Learn how to speak 'old folk' and learn how to speak 'millennial'
High performers come in all ages, and so does burnout: how to notice and help.