Oct 23, 2017
Have you ever met someone and immediately thought...."I know I
like this person!" That's the way it was when I first met
Randy Keirn, CSP this past summer. (For the record...I've
also met people and immediately known I didn't like them
too). Randy is one of the most authentic people I've met and
he knows leadership! This week he and I talk about how to
deal with the toxic person that pulls down morale, how to get
people on board with what needs to be done and HIS five step model
for coaching people for maximum results. It's a little longer
than the normal episode but is well worth the investment of your
time. Take a listen!
More on Randy...
Eandy Keirn is a Training Professional and
Leadership Expert with more than 25 years of experience in Fire
Services. As an accomplished Chief Officer, Instructor, and
Community Educator, Randy has dedicated his life to instilling
leadership in every professional and personal capacity.
In addition to delivering thought-provoking
presentations and training sessions across the country, Randy still
serves as District Chief, Training Officer, and Division Chief of
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for Lealman Fire District in
As District Chief Randy manages
and directs emergency personnel and equipment at three fire
stations that respond to more than 10,000 emergency incidents
annually. As the Department’s Training Officer, Randy trains all
new firefighters. He provides continuing education as required by
laws and standards to over 60 firefighters each month.
Randy is a lifelong learner, sharing his
passion for personal and organizational growth with corporate,
non-profit, government and educational organizations.
Clients include Harley-Davidson Motor
Company, Transitions Optical, Multiple Fire Departments in the
South Eastern United States, Citrus County Mosquito Control
District, and Eckerd College, among many other organizations of all
From Leadership Development and
Executive Coaching to Conflict Management and Cultural
Transformation, Randy confronts some of the most difficult tasks
that organizations and leaders face today and in turn empowers
clients with new and exciting ways to thrive.
Check out Randy on his website