January 5, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,

In this month’s issue of FireRescue1 Careers eNews, Christopher Sobieski offers advice for officers on how to manage their underperforming employees, and Brian Watson explains how to find – and keep – the ideal fire recruit. Additionally, Robert Rielage breaks down the critical components of the company officer role that newly-promoted lieutenants should keep in mind.

The FireRescue1 Team
How fire officers can manage underperforming employees – Part I
By Christopher Sobieski 
Unaware, unwilling or unable? First, identify the problem
Where the rubber meets the road: Understand the company officer role
By Robert Rielage 
Company officers represent the intersection all the department’s policies, training and actions
The probie path: Finding, then connecting new firefighters with the right team
By Brian Watson 
Putting new members on a course that fits their skills and goals helps recruitment and retention efforts
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Millennial leadership: How to foster a new crop of leaders
By Ian Emmons  
Four strategies to develop younger members so they can effectively lead the fire service into the future
5 things firefighters should know before going to paramedic school
By Ben Thompson 
Paramedic school is a commitment, so it’s important to invest time in a quality program
Welcome to the right front seat!
By Trevor Frodge 
Tips for a new fire officer, from a new fire officer
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