In Your Element – Leadership
lessons from Fire and Emergency NZ
with Dr. Mark Long

By Louise

Mark shares some key findings from his doctoral research conducted with Fire and Emergency New Zealand which operates with a significant and highly trained volunteer workforce. In this 30 minute episode he shares more about the nature of volunteers and strategies leaders can use in promoting the worth, dignity and development of volunteers to foster unity and enhance safety. His study is enlightening.

Many of these strategies can apply and add significant value in a much broader leadership context, regardless of sector and status of the individual – be they volunteer or paid employee.

Bio: Dr Mark Long

Mark has held leadership roles with non-profit, corporate, and government organisations for more than 10 years. He is passionate about enabling leaders to enhance their influence, and empowering organisations to be bold in developing strategies that promote a people-centred approach. Mark has a doctorate in organisational leadership and is sharing his research and experience with leaders for positive, widespread, and sustainable social change.

Mark can be contacted via email or by phone on +6427 325 2649. You can obtain a summary of his research by contacting him directly.

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