Today we sit down with Doug Pflug. Doug retired as a Sergeant with the Guelph Police Service after 28 years of exemplary service. He holds an executive leadership, high-performance leadership, change leadership and managing for execution certificates from Cornell University.
He's been honored by being awarded the Queen's Sovereign medal for Volunteers in 2020, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012, The Governor General-Police Exemplary Medal in 2010 and was twice awarded Chief of Police Commendations for two separate life-saving efforts.
In 1994, he started IRONWILL 360 where he coached, counselled and mentored athletes in the NHL, AHL, NCAA, OHL, National and Provincial Levels.
Doug has coached the Guelph Wellington Buns Master Rollers Special Olympics Floor hockey team the past 12 years highlighted by a Silver Medal at the 2017 World Special Olympics Winter Games-Floor Hockey in Graz, Austria.
Doug shares with us why that little dash on tombstones matters so much, what actioning vulnerability in leadership, policing and life looks like, how to identify your 4 core values and how the SARA model can help us keep grounded as leaders.
Check out Doug's work and contributions:
Rise Up and Excel - Website
IronWill360 - Twitter
IronWill360 - Instagram
IronWill360 - Facebook