"We still have to be aggressive on the fireground to save lives and property. We took an oath," says Steve Chikerotis, FDIC International 2020 keynoter.
Just because you are the leader doesn’t mean you should stop learning. It also doesn’t mean you are beneath making mistakes yourself, writes Sean Colby.
The difference between a manager and a leader is that a leader recognizes the outcomes, and this is critical for fire department excellence. Read more from Dane Carley.
Host Chris Baker talks to guests Phoenix (AZ) Battalion Chief Rayne Gray, Fairfax County (VA) Fire Captain Marc Davidson, and Prince William County (VA) Fire Lieutenant Nick Baskerville about leadership and why it's important to lead where you are.
"Everyone in the fire service needs to realize that, regardless of their rank, they are in a leadership role." More from Frank Viscuso on leadership.
Well, if it's on social media...new one from Paul Combs.
In the fire service, our people truly are our greatest asset. Jason Ness describes two approaches to leadership that may yield positive results in your department.
In this presentation from Frank Viscuso, the focus is on the highest-rated fire service leadership traits
"If you do not like the firefighter, officer, or chief you are today, fix it NOW. After all, only you can," writes Ken Himel.