Change… Something I’m Not A Big Fan Of But It’s Necessary!!!

By Sean Riley – President & Founder Safe Call Now

As we enter into the winter months and the changing of the seasons it got me to wondering about “change” and how it impacts us.  Change can be scary, fun, exciting and terrifying all at the same time.  Do any of us like to change?  I propose to you… if we don’t embrace change, we don’t grow personally.  Change is something I’m not a big fan of but it is mandatory if I want to become the person who I want to be.  Genuine, loving, self-reliant and all those characteristics I admire.

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What I Fear Most… My Administration

By Sean Riley – President & Founder – Safe Call Now

There is one common theme that is presented to me over and over as I travel around the country for Safe Call Now…  “I can handle everything on the streets but my ‘Administration’ is killing me… literally.”  If you’re an administrator reading this, please take note, your own are reporting that you are taking their lives.  Did you know by the year 2020 one of the top workplace disabilities will be anxiety and depression???  Where is this is coming from, the studies indicate it may be from you…  The number one concern from the “boots” on the ground that is told to me is that words do not match actions which leads to a double standard.  This is an unhealthy balance in boundaries and ego states, I’ll go into this later.

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Does Poor Leadership Kill First Responders?

By Sean Riley – President & Founder, Safe Call Now

Indecisive, the ability to not make a decision.  Ahhh but there’s more included in the definition.  Putting a decision off or can’t make an effective one.  That’s important to note.  I work with many people in the public sector (agencies) as well as private companies.  One thing I’ve noticed on my travels around the country are the management styles of leadership.  There are incredible leaders of people out there and then I see managers.  People wanting to be leaders but fit the definition of indecisiveness.

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