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About The Author: Edward Conley served nearly three decades with FEMA, passionately leading teams around the globe in response to some of history’s most significant disasters. During his career, Ed has also managed national incidents and international emergencies with the Coast Guard, Secret Service, Centers for Disease Control, and Department of State.
Appointed as a U.S. Liaison Representative with NATO, Ed traveled throughout Europe on emergency preparedness assignments. Before joining FEMA, he spent seven winters on the National Ski Patrol. He also served as an instructor with the Center for Domestic Preparedness and the National Emergency Training Center. Ed now resides in Seattle, Washington.
Title: Promote The Dog Sitter: and Other Principles for Leading During Disasters
Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir
Book Synopsis: Crisis leaders never feel completely prepared. From your first response to your hundredth, you feel the same nerves, the same anticipation, and the same desire to serve with each crisis you encounter. But when disaster strikes, you’re there to make a difference—and you’ll need to rely on more than just your good intentions.
In Promote the Dog Sitter, Edward Conley shares ten proven principles for acting decisively and leading dynamically throughout any disaster. Drawing upon extensive experience, Ed has an eye-of-the-storm perspective that shows up-and-coming leaders how to overcome setbacks, develop teams, respond compassionately, and serve with integrity.
Find The Book: https://amzn.to/3mHnKNQ
Visit Ed’s Website: https://www.edwardconley.com/book
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