The Todd DeVoe Show

The Todd DeVoe Show

Hear from the widest range of voices in Private, Non-Profit, and Public Service Leadership. Every week, join Todd DeVoe, as he explores leadership challenges, ideas, and principles with thought leaders, thinkers, writers, policymakers, and those that make things happen.

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June 23, 2022 33 min
The K-12 School Shooting Database research project is a widely inclusive database that documents each and every instance a gun is brandished is fired, or a bullet hits school property for any reason, regardless of the number of victims, time, or day of the week.

The School Shooting Database Project is conducted as part of the Advanced Thinking in Homeland Security (HSx) program at the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland ...
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Join Todd and Toni as they discuss developing and mentoring the next generation of emergency managers. It is up to the current emergency management profession to ensure that the next generation is ready to take the helm.

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Website: https://toddtdevoe.com/

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Join Josh Bowen and Todd De Voe as they discuss ways you can make your community antifragile.

Today Communities are facing complex challenges, natural and human-caused disasters, political division, supply chain issues, globalization, urbanization, homelessness, and land-use problems.

To help strengthen our communities, we must address these threats, and a call for action that combines disaster preparedness with empathy, robust pla...
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June 2, 2022 44 min
Have you ever thought about what happens with the personal effects from the disaster zone? Robert A. Jensen has written an up-close and personal look at the difficult work behind the yellow tape. He has chronicled the grim job of sorting through the personal effects and what the personal tool the repeated exposure to mass death brings.

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In any field, you need to make decisions, and in public safety, the decisions you make can be life and death. This month we talk with Brad Borkan, the author of When Your Life Depends On It

Extreme Decision-Making Lessons from the Antarctic. We will explore how to make better decisions and how

When Your Life Depends on It is action-packed and fast-paced. Historically accurate, complete with jaw-dropping storytelling, this book ex...
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Emergency Management is a highly diverse career field with a favorably projected future job growth. There is no clearly defined pathway for becoming an emergency manager and why are people moving to emergency management? Because there are opportunities in public service at all levels of government and a variety of sectors, including education, healthcare, and private business. Today, we explore emergency management as a second car...
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Todd DeVoe shares his perspective on the questions that we all have asked ourselves. The only thing I know is that I know nothing This statement is known as the Socratic Paradox. True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.⁣ So let's dive into the questions and have a great conversation.

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May 5, 2022 33 min
EMI is announcing a new program, the Planning Practitioner Program. The Planning Practitioner Program (PPP) is a series of two (2) resident courses in Emmitsburg, MD, and an online Capstone. The PPP will have two (2) cohorts in FY23, beginning October 17th and January 9th. you can Apply at training.fema.gov

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Alicia Johnson's approach to getting your organization ready for a crisis is different from others; she takes a human approach to planning. As you come to decide how your company will respond to an emergency, using a human-centered design to support those decisions may prove beneficial. Leaders must consider how a crisis can affect their employees, their employee's families, and the community.

So how can a leader hope to str...
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The concept of partnering with institutions of higher education to assist with this educational and training challenge was developed in 1994 by Kay Goss with the launch of the FEMA Higher Education Project.

Since 1994, the Higher Education Program, with the mission to engage emergency management academia, and practitioners, has helped foster growth in the academic community, including college and university-based programs in emerg...
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We are coming up on the 159th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg. The lessons that were learned in early July of 1863 are still pertinent today. The battle that was not supposed to happen, occurred in the heat and humidity of the small farming community in Pennsylvania. The decisions that were made, and not made on the fields, in the woods, and crossroads of Gettysburg changed the direction of the US Civil War and the history...
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Hummingly is the creation of Elizabeth McNaughton and Jolie Wills, a duo who have worked in disasters around the world for more than two decades. The realization that helping one person, one community, one disaster at a time was no longer enough, lit the spark that became Hummingly. Elizabeth and Jolie set about creating easy-to-use products that people, communities, and workplaces the world over could access to do well in tough ti...
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When you are thinking about leading in a crisis, it starts in the planning process. We can point to countless examples of when planning has saved lives. Rick Rescorla comes to mind as an example of someone who lead by planning. Plans may become useless, however, the planning process is priceless.

Join us this week as we talk with Bill Cunningham, a thought leader in the area of business disaster planning. As we discuss examples of...
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I was introduced to Fran Racioppi and knew that I had to get him on my new show. With my goal of introducing leadership ideas from all disciplines and sectors, who would not want to talk to a Green Beret. Today I am talking to Fran about the whole man concept of leadership and how that has driven the special forces community from the Green Beret, Navy Seals, and Air Force PJs.

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Emergencies occur across the nation and are increasing

at an alarming rate over the past few years. In all situations,

procurement’s response is just as important as that of first responders. What is the role procurement teams are called upon to fill during a disaster?

Why do we need to be thinking about procurement leadership? because disasters dramatically interrupt established procurement processes and require a unique response fr...
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Climb and Lift is the groundbreaking segment on The Todd DeVoe Show. This episode Todd sits down with his friend, Carolyn Harshman the first openly gay President of IAEM.

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Phil Johnson is a highly sought-after business consultant and founder of the Master of Business Leadership (MBL) program credited with helping Fortune 500 company clients Phil's large corporate clients have until now been the primary beneficiaries of his breakthrough approach to mastering business leadership. The Servant Warrior Leader offers advice and a revolutionary approach to success that really works.

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When we think about climate change, it can sound like something out of a movie, or something that you may hear about at a protest, or a political movement. This week we are talking to Patrick Marchman an award-winning program manager and planner specializing in resilience, climate adaptation and climate risk, climate-induced relocation and managed retreat, hazard mitigation, environmental planning, and sustainability.

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February 24, 2022 10 min
I want to take the time to introduce you to my new show and talk about the why and what this is all about. We have some great interviews and conversations in the pipeline, and we are looking to break some new ground with the Climb and Lift segment on the third Thursday of the month. And Don't forget the Baker's Dozen Book reviews on the first of the month. We hope to see you there!

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Hear from the widest range of voices in Private, Non-Profit, and Public Service Leadership. Every week, join Todd DeVoe, as he explores leadership challenges, ideas, and principles with thought leaders, thinkers, writers, policymakers, and those that make things happen.

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