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Bob Martucelli

Bob Martucelli

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Somerset, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts State Police

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"Stick with your process, methodology, and training ..."


Why they're a Crisis Leader:


“Marty” and I first met while working as a part of an instructional cadre teaching incident management to public sector responders.

He immediately impressed me - and everyone else - with his deep understanding of crisis leadership coupled with his ability to effectively communicate that knowledge.

Notably, Marty was also one of the original movers and shakers behind the Massachusetts State Police creation of a formal Incident Management Team (IMT).

Bringing such monumental change to an East Coast law enforcement agency of their size provides a glimpse into the caliber of leader Marty is.

Having seen him in action both professionally and personally, it is evident how consistently he “walks the talk” as a leader of others.



#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:

  • Handle yourself professionally on and off the job
  • Be consistent and available to maintain credibility with those that you serve
  • Maintain a servant leadership attitude
  • Take the time to think about your next actions
  • Stick with the process and stay true to your methodology
  • Learn from other leaders, including the military
  • Start well in order to finish well
  • Trust your people to do their job

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