Practical Support for the Changing World at Work 
Linda F. Willing
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Grand Lake, CO
80447
970-531-2388
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Linda F. Willing

President,
RealWorld Training & Consulting
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"As a fire officer, as a trainer, and as a person, I have always been pragmatic, optimistic, and not afraid to deal with the real world. I work hard to bring out the best in people. I believe that change, when handled appropriately, can be a winning proposition for everyone."

  -Linda F. Willing

 

 

 

 

 

Commitment

RealWorld Training & Consulting is committed to helping individuals and organizations be the best they can be. Please call or email with any special needs or concerns.

Change is inevitable

Are you ready for the challenges you will face as your workplace diversifies?

RealWorld Training & Consulting offers practical educational and advisory support for fire and emergency services, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. All programs are customized to meet the client's unique needs. Click here for an overview of our training and consulting options.

 

FRI 2014: Accidents, Mistakes, and Bad Decisions. Here is the class handout and reference list from that session.

 

On the Line: Women Firefighters Tell Their Stories

This book features more than 35 profiles of women firefighters from across the United States and Canada. Women from the largest paid departments to the smallest volunteer agencies share their successes and challenges, and their best stories from being on the line, in service to their communities.

This book makes a great gift! It is also a positive recruiting tool that every fire department should have.

Available now through major online booksellers. Signed copies may be purchased below.

Now Available!


Ending Workplace Harassment:  What Will it Take?

During a workshop at an IAFF Human Relations Conference, participants were challenged to come up with real solutions related to factors that enable the continuation of workplace harassment.  Through a brainstorming technique, many ideas were generated in a very short period of time.  Here are the ideas that came out of that session.

 

Rethinking Recruitment

Here are some creative ideas for maximizing and re-energizing recruitment efforts on your department, especially as they apply to bringing in qualified female applicants.

Please note! RealWorld Training & Consulting has a new telephone number: 970-531-2388

 

 

 

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From this month's issue:

Respect

Here's the official story: a firefighter responded with his crew to a house fire. The initial attack was over but the fire still burned and the fire department had gone into defensive mode. The crew was outside the building and had taken off their SCBAs. Then a woman showed up, the resident where the fire occurred. Distraught over a missing pet, she runs past the fire crew into the house.

One firefighter runs in after her, without protective gear. He follows her up to the third floor and is able to get her safely from the burning building. They are both treated and released from the local hospital.

The result of this incident was that the firefighter was commended for his rescue of the woman. Then he was reprimanded for going into the building without his SCBA...more

What clients have to say:

"It is refreshing having someone who is not afraid to say it how it is, especially in a constructive manner."

Firefighter, California

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This month's resource pick:

The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein. Liveright Publishing, 2017. Many people believe that post-Civil War racial segregation just happened in America, an accident of history. This book directly refutes what it calls the “myth of de facto segregation” through deep research and insight into how 20th Century housing policy developed at federal, state and local levels... more

 

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