Lansing, Kansas – Catalyzer CEO Stephen Ingalls and Senior Facilitator Dr. Joe Doty were recently published in the second edition of Leadership in Dangerous Situations: A Handbook for the Armed Forces, Emergency Services, and First Responders. Edited by Patrick J. Sweeney, Michael D. Matthews, and Paul B. Lester (Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2011), the book offers practitioner wisdom from the military, law enforcement, fire, and rescue, as well as prominent scholars. The guide integrates theory and research with practical experience to help the reader prepare for the unique psychological, social, and physical challenges of leading in dangerous contexts.
Stephen Ingalls, Catalyzer’s President and CEO, stated, “Dr. Doty’s leadership in this effort was critical, and Catalyzer considers it a privilege to be included in this collection of leadership topics. Of greater import, is the accessibility of the chapters for readers of every level of an organization.”
Catalyzer is a Kansas-based, veteran-owned small business that believes servant leadership drives success and changes the world for the better. We practice servant leadership through relationships around tailored leadership development programs, one-on-one coaching, integral assessments, and studies that help you better understand your people and their place in your organization.
Since inception, Catalyzer has developed and led over 400 separate programs impacting nearly 13,000 leaders for organizations nationwide and across diverse industry sectors. Organizations served include law enforcement, union/non-union manufacturing companies, community banks and their associations across seven states, engineering companies, and non-profits. Highlight organizations include McDonald’s, Utility Trailer Manufacturing, Trideum Corporation, the Boy Scouts of America, and the County Sheriffs of Colorado.