Members of the LUF Team will deliver four presentations focused on the mental aspect of tactical human performance at fires and emergencies. LUF advisors will blend real-world operational experience with human factors science and research in order to equip fire officers and firefighters with an improved understanding of human behavior in high-risk tactical settings. Seminar Fee: $125 Attire for the event is a golf/polo shirt and no headwear. Hotel Information: Room must be reserved by: 12/27/18 “Leadership Under Fire” block of room available…
The 2019 LUF National Human Performance Summit will be held March 29-30, 2019 at the Crowne Plaza in Annapolis, Maryland. The 2019 LUF Optimizing Human Performance Summit will explore RESILIENCY at the individual, team and organizational levels as well from the tactical, physical, mental and moral perspectives.
Summit speakers and panelists include: Jennifer Baker, Senior Associate Athletics Director at Johns Hopkins University; Brendan Cawley, FDNY; Dr. George Bonanno, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Director of the Resilience Center for Veterans and Families at Columbia University’s Teachers College Columbia University; Chief Warrant Officer 5 James Roussell, USMC(Ret) & Chicago Police Department (Ret); Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic, authors of the NY Times Bestseller Indianapolis; and more.
The LUF Human Performance Summit is designed for emergency responders, military leaders and operators, athletic coaches, performance coaches, mental health professionals and managers in high-risk and/or highly-competitive industries. The two-day summit includes a resiliency workshop where summit attendees collaborate in small groups with LUF advisors and dive deeper into resiliency concepts.