Bobby Halton sat down for a conversation yesterday with former Lewisville (TX) Fire Chief Rick Lasky. The two discussed books on fire service leadership, the use of social media in fire service education, and other topics. You can watch an archive of their chat below.
For more information on future chats, go to http://www.fireengineering.com/bobby-chat.html.
RICK LASKY, a 30-year veteran of the fire service, retired as chief of the Lewisville (TX) Fire Department. He began his career as a firefighter in the suburbs of Chicago; while in Illinois, he received the 1996 International Society of Fire Service Instructors “Innovator of the Year” award for his part in developing the “Saving Our Own” program. He has served as the co-lead instructor for the H.O.T. Firefighter Survival program at FDIC for more than10 years and is an editorial advisory board member of Fire Engineering and an advisory board member for FDIC. He is the author of the Pride and Ownership–A Firefighter’s Love of the Job (Fire Engineering) and is the cohost of “The Command Post” radio show on Fire Engineering Talk Radio.
MORE RICK LASKY
- PRIDE AND OWNERSHIP : THE LOVE FOR THE JOB: HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN?
- PRIDE AND OWNERSHIP : THE LOVE FOR THE JOB: MAKING IT ALL HAPPEN AND TAKING CARE OF NUMBER ONE
- Pride and Ownership : Love For the Job
- PRIDE AND OWNERSHIP : THE LOVE FOR THE JOB THE FIREFIGHTER
- PRIDE AND OWNERSHIP : THE LOVE FOR THE JOB – OUR MISSION