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Leadership That Matters, Part 21

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In emergency services, too many problems are treated alike: we are in the business of responding to disasters. Usually, though, those disasters are not OUR disasters.

Leadership That Matters, Part 14

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A good leadership model starts with eliminating the “blame” culture, instead, creating a culture where errors and mistakes are used constructively to create learning.

Leadership That Matters, Part 13: Ironies

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Situational irony occurs when the actions someone takes have an effect exactly the opposite of what was intended.

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Michael "Mick" Mayers

Deputy Fire Chief - Operations Division for Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire Rescue and an Emergency Response Coordinator with the United States Department of Health and Human Services  National Disaster Medical System Incident Response Coordination Team.

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