​​​​Barry Domingos

Barry Domingos

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts State Police

Now

President and CEO of All-Hazards Incident Command Solutions

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Quote

"Do more than the right thing, also do things the right way ..."


Why they're a Crisis Leader:


Barry and I met while working on some of the same projects. His subtle but authoritative grasp of the incident command system (ICS) is unrivaled.

As a result, I’ve frequently beaten a path to his door when I needed the most accurate and thorough understanding of ICS principles.

And I’m not alone. There’s high-demand for his instruction and consultation. The quote that I attribute to him is perfectly suited, too.

 As you’ll see, Barry learned the importance of doing things the right way as a young leader, and to this day, he still personifies that attitude.


#1 "What is a Crisis Leader?"

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#2 "What's an example when you relied on your own Crisis Leadership?"

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#3 "What do you know now that you wish you knew then?"

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#4 "What advice would you give someone who wants to improve their own Crisis Leadership?"

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#5 "Who is a Crisis Leader that influenced your career?"

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Key Takeaways:

  • Leaders also maintain empathy and compassion
  • Be thorough, people are counting on you
  • Do things the right way
  • Never underestimate the leadership ability of others
  • Treat your employees well, they're gonna treat your business well
  • How you discipline someone can determine how much of a leader they will be in the future
  • Be deliberate and listen intently 

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