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What You Don’t Find in the Leadership Books

This article touches on some of the often-overlooked aspects of being successful in a leadership position but is not an all-encompassing source for success.

Riding Assignments for the First-Due Truck Company

It all starts with well-laid out expectations from the company officer to the crew, and from the crew to the company officer.

The Shorthanded Aerial Operator

As we fight these fires with less and less staffing, we are all at a greater risk.

Think Strategic Deployment During Fire Attack

Fire departments that have a strategic and tactical TI deployment plan in place will be much more successful using the TI during fire attack.

Striving for Mediocrity: The Paralyzing Agent of the Fire Service

If your organization has not encountered this shift yet, consider yourself fortunate, but plan accordingly.

Social Media: Anyone Can Take a Photo

What are you looking to show your audience when you are at a house fire or motor vehicle accident?

Confronting Conflict

Whether at the firehouse or at home, communication can be a challenge, and anyone will tell you that past conflicts were related to a communication issue.

Learning from Mistakes

Failure is a part of the never-ending process of growth and improvement.

Learning Theories: Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructivism

Understanding basic learning theory allows the instructor to develop and present course materials in a manner that best meets the needs of the learner.

Let’s Talk Thermal Imaging

Challenge everything. Confusion and misunderstanding can lead to disastrous results.


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