Five Alarm Leadership: From the Firehouse to the Fireground
Rick Lasky and John Salka are two of the most dynamic and inspirational leaders in the fire service. Their book, Five Alarm Leadership, is a compilation of leadership lessons learned, situations handled, decisions made, and problems solved during their combined 60-plus years of fire service experience. Also included is a special introduction by Chief (ret.) Bobby Halton, Editor-in-Chief of Fire Engineering magazine, outlining the nature of transformational leadership and its power to inspire excellence in the fire service.
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3MANAGERS ENFORCE RULES LEADERS PROMOTE
5THINK OF A GREAT LEADER
6GETTING THINGS DONE
15WHAT KIND OF LEADER ARE YOU?
16ITS YOUR TIME TO LEAD
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