Join us for an interactive Webcast discussing fire department leadership and succession planning with Anthony Kastros.
National Fire Heritage Center, Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders, Inductee #48, Assistant Fire Chief Frederick R. “Bob” Seibel III, passed away April 9, 2020, at home with family.
Ron Kanterman looks at a piece by Paul Jockimo on dealing with the present reality of "social distancing" and its implications.
On tonight's show, host Anthony Kastros talks to Frank Viscuso, the author of several Fire Engineering books, including Step Up and Lead, Step Up Your Teamwork, and Common Valor.
The modern incident commander must have a clear vision before the fire ever comes, and it must be communicated to the entire fire department.
Whether you are career or volunteer, our politics are all over the map. I might think your candidate choice stinks, but you are still my family.
The union's president is being accused of corruption and financial misdeeds by the general secretary-treasurer, according to a report.
The challenge for volunteer-staffed fire departments today is to break the traditional model, seek out new ideas, and try them, writes John M. Buckman III
Doug Cline talks with Chris Naum about emergent and innovative training needs in the challenging days ahead.
Larry Conley, David Conley, and company talk leadership, firefighting, and various other fire service topics.