Service Centered Leadership w/ Managing Director Rich Negrin

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ServRich Negrinice Centered Leadership is a blog series from the City of Philadelphia’s Managing Director Rich Negrin. In these posts, Negrin discusses the importance of leading by serving others. This blog series is hosted on the Managing Director’s Office blog, PhillyInnovates.

Service Centered Leadership Articles:

Re-Innovating Government: A Philadelphia Story (VIDEO)

The NFL Way: Creating a Championship Culture

A Day in the Life?

The Freedom to Innovate

Are Your Employees Underwater?

Think Big, Act Small

Those Who Serve: The Richardson Dilworth Award 

Building Great Neighborhoods

Service Centered Leadership

Innovation of the Year 

Leadership, Brick-by-Brick

Becoming Unhinged: Open Door/ Open Mind

Re-Innovating Government: Still the City of Firsts

Hero Worship for Leaders

What Great Coaches Know

Atmospheric Conditions Impact Performance

Crisis Management: Moment of Zen

5 Core Values for a Next Generation Organization

How the “Big Mo” Can prevent CHANGE FATIGUE

I Play Favorites

What’s Your AQ?

Independence Day 2013: A True Celebration of America

Speaking Truth to Power

Solving a Complex Problem is as Easy as 1,2,3

Battery Charger vs. Battery Drainer

Are you a Frontline Leader?

Want to Connect? First Disconnect!

Why Doing “More with Less” FAILS!

5 Myths of Government

10 Ways to Say Thanks

Celebrating Unsung Heroes

My Top 3 “Manager’s Resolutions” for 2014

Putting the F-U-N in Dysfunction

5 Sure-Fire Leadership Traits

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  20. Mr. Negrin,
    your Bouncer certification program is an excellent idea. Where the problem lies & failure immanent is the fact that you have different companies teaching different protocols. Nightclub professionals need to be taught ONE proper training program, from a proper manual and study system. My training system has improved the knowledge and professional attitude of many nightclub and bar security personnel worldwide. I have been training and working in the nightclub and bar security industry for 31 years. I am a published author of four books on Nightclub & bar security and accepted worldwide as the number one authority in the field of nightclub and bar security today. My Training Program was designed using the same format I used when designing new equipment training programs (INKP’s) for our US Army soldiers in Iraq. It has taken 11 years to fully develop my college level nightclub and bar security training system. If Philadelphia wants to certify their bouncers..it is best to provide them with material and a training program that works & is field tested. The Physical Intervention taught in your training schools is not only injury prone but a lawsuit waiting to happen. Please allow me to provide you with a Professional Training program that works. Bouncer’s need to be trained under 1 common protocol. Think of it this way..what if your police force was trained using different methods? ‘Teamwork’..the backbone of any security system fails if they are not taught using the same methodology. Please feel free to Google my name for further information.

    Respectfully,

    Ivan ‘Doc’ Holiday
    Director of Bouncergear Inc Nightclub & Bar Security Academy

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    It is definitely rewarding work and when you see the stats on profits
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  23. Greetings,

    To Whom it May Concern,

    We received a City Of Philadelphia Code Violation Notice 38105830, on Monday May 19, 2104 at 8:20am. The violation code and description 107041- “Sidewalk not litter free”, with the fine amount of $50.oo.

    I wanted to give you a list of grievances we as a Community Center have for you the City of Philadelphia’s SWEEP department.

    1. If you’re going to claim to educate (SWEEP) Philadelphia citizens about their responsibilities under the Sanitation Codes, by all means please do this but meanwhile how can you give out violations without having done any educating of the sanitation codes? It’s seems a bit of an injustice system.

    2. The violation was given at 8:20am on. Monday morning, we do not open for business until 9am or at 11am at times. When would the city or issuing officer of liked for “litter on our sidewalk ” to have been picked up?

    3. The violation reads the property owners name but the address is wrong, it is not even in our own zip code. It is very confusing.

    We think that the procedures need to be reevaluated, so that it is a fair system with clear expectations. We believe in being good neighbors and do our very best to demonstrate this in all aspects of our programing here at Ayuda Community Center. We expect the same from our city governments and services.

    We welcome your offices to contact us, come and educate our friends, neighbors, and families on the importance of keeping our city clean, but don’t degrade us with a violation notice with an attached pamphlet and call that “educating”.

    We thank you for your time and hope to hear from your offices soon.

    Best Regards,

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