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Lack of understanding of the importance of developing Emotional intelligence in Leadership.
Executive Fire Officer, Certified Public Manager
Topics you provide training for:
Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Fire, EMS, Extrication, among others
Areas of expertise:
41 years of a wide breadth of emergency services activities and providing training for same
Anthony Correia is a 40 year member of the fire & emergency service. Having risen through the ranks to various emergency service leadership positions. Mr. Correia is the retired Director of the Burlington Township NJ Fire Dept. Previous to that he was Fire Chief in Warrensburg MO. He continues to be an active firefighter & paramedic.
Chief Correia is active in many local, state and national organizations. International Association of Fire Chiefs, N.J. Fire & EMS Institute, NJ Career Fire Chiefs, International Society of Fire Service Instructors, Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association, National Fallen Fire Firefighters Foundation & He previously sat on the NJ State EMS Advisory Council. Recently he collaborated with the NJ Division of Fire Safety to create the NJ Emergency Service Health & Fitness Coalition
He has completed the Executive Fire Officer Program through the National Fire Academy and is a Certified Public Manager from the American Academy of Certified Public Managers
He has been an active educator and instructor for 37 years, both nationally and internationally. More recently he was a presenter at Metro Atlanta Firefighters Conference 2017, FDIC2016 FireHouse Expo, First Annual Crew Resource Conference 2015. Keynote speaker at Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association conference in 2014. I was a presenter at St. Barnabas’ Health & Safety Seminar in 2013. I am also an active EMS instructor.
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