As a young leader, one of the best ways to build yourself is to learn from established leaders. Someone has already made the mistakes you are going to make, wrestled with the decisions you struggle with and found the success you are looking for.
Bob Krumenaker is one of those established leaders you should get to know. Bob has over 30 years with the National Park Service and currently serves as the Superintendent of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
In this episode of the Park Leaders Show, Bob shares his path through the National Park Service and many of the lessons he has learned.
Bob recently served a temporary assignment as the superintendent of Everglades National Park. He shares the challenges and opportunity of leaving your home park to serve at a different park on a temporary assignment. Temporary assignments can be a tremendous opportunity for learning and experience.
If you are in the first half of your career, the advice from Bob Krumenaker can help you adjust and consider how to approach your career.
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