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2021 Leadership Symposium Update
Leadership Insight
A Message From Our Directors

Cancellation of the 2021 TEEX Leadership Development Symposium

Each year, we look forward to connecting with friends, both old and new, at the TEEX Leadership Development Symposium. Given the concerns pertaining to the safety and health of our participants at this event, we have made the decision to cancel the 2021 Leadership Development Symposium scheduled for January 18-21 in Frisco, Texas.

This was not an easy decision. The Leadership Development Symposium is an incredibly important event for the fire service, and allows leaders from all aspects of emergency services to come together, share, and learn. We explored other ways to host the ’21 Leadership Development Symposium, but after giving it much thought,  decided cancelling the event was the right decision based on the constraints and information we have today.

We remain committed to this event, and will provide other opportunities to engage the fire service in the coming months. Look for ways to continue your leadership education via our Leadership Development Symposium email newsletters.  We look forward to seeing you in San Marcos, Texas for the 2022 Leadership Development Symposium.

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