Please join the fire officer.com’s own Doug Cline on Â Wednesday evening September 16, 2015 for another edition of Fire and Training on Fire Engineering Blog talk Radio. Â Joining host Doug Cline will be two well know women in the fire service and Fire Engineerings own Lt. Angela Hughes, President […]
Captain Patrick “Paddy” Brown, FDNY Remembrance, One of Many Stories: One of the 343… On September 11, 2001, Captain Patrick Brown and eleven men from FDNY Ladder 3 responded to the attacks at the World Trade Center. His firehouse, Ladder 3, is located in very close proximity to the Twin Towers so his was one […]
Have you ever wondered how certain leaders in the fire service reach such success and stay there? Â What is their secret? Well it is simpleâ€¦find what you do well and keep doing it! This is how you reach peak performance in what is known as your strength zone. Â Sounds simple, well wait a minute, it […]
Knowledge is PowerÂ… Share It !!! This statement is often used by many including myself. So what does it truly mean? It means that you will freely give of your knowledge and wisdom to others withholding nothing. It never fails, I will see a leader of an organization trying to hold information and knowledge from […]
In Doug Cline’s previous posting:Â Shaping the Future “Creating Leaders in our Youth”Â Part IÂ he ended theÂ with a question, Â“So officers are you shaping the fire serviceÂ’s future?Â” Here’s his latest installment. I hope this prompted fire officers to intra-inspect themselves to see if they were shaping the fire serviceÂ’s future. I further hope this generated […]
Passion is what makes a difference. Â The Pennwell Advisory Group has a strong passion to make the fire service better. Â Make sure you check out the Fire Engineering.com and the FireRescue Magazine/FirefighterNation.com websites and magazines. Â If you are not reading these two magazines and web sites you are missing alot!
Most people in the workplace are used to working for bosses who care only about the work that gets done, not about them as human beings. Â Fortunately that is less the case in the fire service. Â Most of the officers (bosses) have a passion for the job and the brotherhood that comes with the business. […]