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January 12, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,

In this month's Fire Chief eNews, Executive Editor Marc Bashoor discusses how chiefs can become better leaders by owning up to and growing from their mistakes, and Robert Rielage offers advice on how officers can effectively balance their administrative and operational responsibilities. Also, Billy Hayes outlines what "outsider chiefs" should ask before accepting a job in a new area.

The FireRescue1 Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
How fire chiefs can push past mistakes to grow as an individual and advance their organization
By Chief Marc Bashoor 
Overcoming key personal battles will ultimately serve the entire department
The ‘outside chief’: 4 more factors to consider before taking the top job in a new area
By Billy Hayes 
Part 2 – Ask key questions about training and certifications, mutual aid, relationship-building and your own family
Chief officer advice: Balancing operations and administration
By Robert Rielage 
Tips for every level chief officer, whether supervising personnel or projects, or aiming for the top spot
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Bringing calm to chaos: Command post management for new officers, Part 1
By Chief Marc Bashoor 
Critical tips for new officers running incident command, including an acronym to help control the scene
How fire officers can manage underperforming employees – Part I
By Christopher Sobieski 
Unaware, unwilling or unable? First, identify the problem
Break the mold, but keep the pieces: A new approach to fire service recruitment
By Jason Caughey 
Four keys to changing our broken approach to attracting new members
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