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056: Chip Huth: The common denominator in this stuff was me

//056: Chip Huth: The common denominator in this stuff was me

056: Chip Huth: The common denominator in this stuff was me

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Chip Huth Show Notes

Charles “Chip” Huth had just been to a tactical communications class and tried to use this new communications strategy, which he just learned, on his son. When the tactics that worked in class did not work on his son, Chip become very frustrated. That’s when Chip truly realized the hump he needed to get over. Listen to Chip tell his story of how he got over the hump to move onward and upward faster.

Chip, was born in Columbus, Ohio. As a young boy, his family was constantly moving. Until he reached the sixth grade, Chip didn’t even attend the same school two years in a row. All of that instability in moving around could be why he has called call Kansas City, Missouri his home for the past 25-years.

Chip spent his early childhood in a variety of challenging environments. He’s been homeless, lived in missions and Salvation Army facilities, slept in police stations, been in foster care with several families and lived on his own since age 17.

He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Multi-Disciplinary Studies from Grantham University and an Associate’s Degree in Police Science from Park University.

Chip is a Captain with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and has 24-years of law enforcement experience.  He currently serves as the Watch I Commander for the Central Patrol Division.

Chip is an adjunct professor for the University of Missouri—Kansas City, a part-time instructor at the Kansas City Missouri Police Leadership Academy, a consultant for the KCPD’s Office of General Counsel, the Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission, and the Missouri Attorney General’s Office.

Chip is author, speaker, and a certified national trainer in defensive tactics, an expert witness in the field of police operations and reasonable force, and a Subject Matter Expert on police use of force.

Chip is proud to be able to serve people and wants to be remembered as someone who was “others-focused” and helpful. He is particularly interested in helping law enforcement adapt effectively to the changing expectations of their communities.

Chip is currently engaged to the most lovely person he have ever known. He has two grown sons —Christopher and Brandon, and a soon to be step-son Connor.Tweetable Quotes and Mentions

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“When it comes to leadership there is a commonality there (people).” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet

“Leadership is conferred by the people that are led.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“Anyone can have rank.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“Leadership at every level is what we need.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“We must first accept that the people we’re dealing with have value.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“If everybody’s perspective matters you can get to some very interesting solutions.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“I can’t collaborate with you unless I recognize your inherent worth.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“The more you move up the ranks it’s easy to retreat within yourself.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“I’m not developing any more natural intelligence as I get promoted.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“The key is being able to inspire others to be their best selves.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“See the people around you…as people that count like you count.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“Even a compliment can become condescending when it’s insincere.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“The biggest thing in my life from a leadership perspective…my role as father.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“You don’t truly become a loser until you start blaming people.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“My goal…is to become less occupied with myself.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“Never walk past a small mistake.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“I’m able to assemble teams that make me look a lot better than I am.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

“Humility is the superpower; it’s the thing that I use to accomplish everything.” -Chip Huth Click to Tweet 

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Hump to Get Over

Charles “Chip” Huth had just been to a tactical communications class and tried to use this new communications strategy, which he just learned, on his son. When the tactics that worked in class did not work on his son, Chip become very frustrated. That’s when Chip truly realized the hump he needed to get over. Listen to Chip tell his story of how he got over the hump to move onward and upward faster.

Advice for others

The key is being able to inspire others to be their best selves.

Holding him back from being an even better leader

Time management. I spread myself really thin and could use better focus.

Best Leadership Advice Received

Never walk past a small mistake.

Secret to Success

My ability to recognize talent in others.

Best tools that helps in business or Life

Humility. Humility is a superpower.

Recommended Reading

Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box
American Icon: Alan Mulally and the Fight to Save Ford Motor Company

Contacting Chip

Email: Charles.Huth [at] KCPD.org

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-huth-85826125

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CharlesHuth1

Resources

54 Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Competencies List: Emotional Intelligence has proven to be the right kind of intelligence to have if you want to move onward and upward faster. Get your free list today.


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Your Fast Leader Show host is Jim Rembach. Jim is a panel expert with the Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) and spent many years in contact center operations and leverages this to help others. He is a certified Emotional Intelligence (EQ) practitioner, Certified Employee Retention Specialist, Certified Better Place to Work Expert, and frequently quoted industry expert.