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<I>Fire Engineering</i>/FDIC Contributor Bennie Crane Passes Away

Fire Engineering/FDIC Contributor Bennie Crane Passes Away

Bennie Crane passed away on July 4, 2009, after a long illness. A popular speaker and certified facilitator, Crane began his fire service career with the Chicago (IL) Fire Department in 1961 and retired as district chief in 1995.
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Names in the News

BENNIE CRANE passed away on July 4, 2009, after a long illness. A popular speaker and certified facilitator, Crane’s fire service career started with the Chicago (IL) Fire Department in 1961; he retired as district chief in 1995.
Managing the Cultural Mix: Part I

Managing the Cultural Mix: Part I

Leaders in the fire service can help heal rifts in departments caused by racial and cultural differences by building on our common ground: humanity. Read the first installment in FDIC speaker Bennie Crane's motivational series.
Managing the Cultural Mix II: How Do We See One Another?

Managing the Cultural Mix II: How Do We See One Another?

Stereotyping is a normal human response. Fire Engineering author Bennie Crane presents an exercise for managers to raise awareness of how stereotypes play a role in shaping workplace interactions.
Firefighter Training Quotes

Firefighter Training Quotes

Longtime Fire Engineering contributor Forest Reeder has accumulated many thoughts on the value of firefighter training over the years, and he's agreed to share them with us for the 2014 Firefighter Safety and Health Week.
Managing the Cultural Mix III: On Personal Responsibility

Managing the Cultural Mix III: On Personal Responsibility

Bennie Crane concludes his series on management with advice on correcting unacceptable workplace behavior and treating crew members equitably, as well as a formula for crafting personal and organization mission statements.
Fireside Reading

Fireside Reading

This book can be classified as a human relations book that promotes harmony among races, creeds, genders, and ethnicities. It endorses a personal approach in members relating to members rather than a stereotype judgment.
STEPS TO EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

STEPS TO EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

Supervisors are responsible for motivating the people on their staff, and in that pursuit the most effective leaders generally follow five steps.
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