TRANSITIONAL TEAM CONCEPTS FOR COMPANY OFFICERS

08/01/2003
BY CHASE SARGENTTeam concepts and teamwork have always been part of the fire service. From the time we entered the fire service, we have been bombarded with the absolute necessity of teamwork. In training, we are taught that nothing on the fireground or rescue incident site is accomplished without a highly trained, equipped, and motivated team.Certainly, individuals contribute to the team effort. In rare cases, individuals actually perform a spectacular feat that brings instant notoriety. However, if we were able to examine the "behind the scenes" issues of that individual feat or action, we would most likely discover that the efforts of the members of a given team made that event possibl...

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