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Nick Papa (above) offers some thoughts on the subject from the late Andy Fredericks.
Who gets to decide what “little” is? Read a new commentary from Clay Magee.
Leadership is a set of standards established for the group that you lead. Read more from Warren Cersley.
“Those three little words. It’s what citizens expect of you and your department.” Clay Magee argues that firefighters need to remember their responsibilities to the public.
How does your department choose what equipment to purchase? Read more from Justin Thoroughman.
Every adversity you and the team you lead will ever encounter is either a problem or an opportunity. The difference between them? Your attitude, writes Frank Viscuso.
Mark Lamplugh on the value of peer support.
Writing for ‘The First Twenty,’ Jordan Ponder has some advice for getting better sleep.
Thomas D. Kuglin Jr. offers an overview on drones for the fire service.
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