The Job: Leadership Lessons

03/07/2014
Some lessons can't be learned from books, yet there is still a wealth of knowledge to be found in them, especially when it comes to leadership. There's much to be gleaned from fire service books on the subject, but there are valuable lessons to be found in books by writers from other fields, as well, most notably the military. What are you reading? P.J. Norwood discusses the benefits of some book learning. Post your thoughts in the comments section below. LEADERSHIP Seven Deadly Sins of Fire Service Leadership, Part 1 Keep Your Department's Leadership Fire Burning No-Brainer Management Firefighter Safety: Fire Leaders' Perspectives Fire Service Leadership : When to Lead, When to Manage...

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