Tag Archives: government

History Lesson: From Scott’s Campaign on Mexico City

The next time you are faced with adversity, instead of getting mad and becoming combative, ask yourself if there is another approach.

No Fun Here

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Since I have made chief, I find things aren’t as funny as they were when I was a company officer.

The Emergency Service Information Xchange (E-SIX)

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What is E-SIX?

Paula Deen: Getting The Shaft or What She Deserves?

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Why are we discussing Paula Deen? Because this case is appropriate to leading and change management in the Internet age.

I’m Telling You, Don’t Go There…

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“A fire can happen anywhere, and a fire station is not immune”.

Happy Day After Father’s Day

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We should do things with the end goal of serving the public to the finest extent possible.

Stand Up Against The Bullies

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“A society is judged by how it takes care of its most vulnerable”.

Embrace Fear

If you are one of these guys that has a “I Fight What You Fear” t-shirt, this post is probably not for you.

What Are Your Plans For When Things Change?

The paranoid and the reactionary prohibit the possibility of this happening anytime soon in the US.

Learning an Unintended Lesson From FDNY

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Even though I have been doing the job myself for years, there were still little nuances about certain things that I could learn, or had forgotten over time.

Time To Get Uncomfortable

I harbor serious concerns when individuals with the responsibility to protect the vulnerable underestimate risk and disaster comes calling.

Going From Here To There

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I want to know and expose best practices for those who are in the path of growing into leadership and change management.

The Culture of Hate

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Individuals don’t have time to think; they want to be told what to think.

The Just

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Leaders don’t always have the answers, but a good leader knows where to get them.

America Burning – A Belated 40th Birthday Wish

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Many of you weren’t even alive when this report hit the stations (maybe even some of your parents weren’t either), but it was a very graphic expose of what we faced.

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