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Available through Fire Engineering Books and Videos “8 Attitudes of Servant Leadership” on DVD

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8 Attitudes of Servant Leadership on DVD is now available thanks to Fire Engneering Books and Videos! True leadership begins with serving. No role, position, job, task or calling of leadership in emergency services can be effective unless there is first a willingness to serve by the individual. Many want successful positions, ranks and roles […]

Empowerment as a Leadership Tool

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Empowerment is the process of enabling or authorizing an individual to think, behave, take action, control work and decision making in autonomous ways. It is the state of feeling self-empowered to take control of one’s own destiny. As a leader do you have an empowerment Attitude? The sum of every leader’s actions is the “environment” […]

When Opportunity Presents

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What you give others as a mentor, a public servant and as a friend costs you NOTHING. So why are we so reluctant to give freely? This is a major problem that we are facing in today’s fire service. We are not paying it forward. Our mentoring of the next generation is at best in […]

Is Your Relationship with the Organization Status Quo?

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As I reflect back over the years in my career there is one lesson I remember that resinates from my mentors, “If you put the organization first, then your wants and ambitions will soon follow. But it is always about the orgainization first, your suborindates second and you are last.” Well I have to often […]

INTEGRITY – The Most Important Leadership Trait!

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INTEGRITY – The Most Important Leadership Trait! By:Coach Kelly Walsh and Chief Dan Jones “The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity.” – Dwight D Eisenhower Trust and Integrity are traits that any leader must have in order to be successful. Study after study has demonstrated that people will follow a leader they trust but […]

Special Edition of the Chief’s Trumpet

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  Listen to the Chief’s Trumpet special edition from the Les Lukert Winter Conference  Round Table Panel discussion from Kearney, Nebraska    

ESCAPe 2016 Conference

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            Join Chiefs Bobby Halton, Doug Cline and Chris Naum at the 2016 ESCAPe Conference February 24-28, 2016 at Pipestem State Park.  You will not want to miss these dynamic presentations and training.

26th Annual Les Lukert Conference

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The Benefits of Leader Schizophrenia

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  Having multiple personalities at work is not usually considered to be a good thing. But think about the benefits of having the ability to shift into different leadership styles as different people and situations cross your path. In the Fire Service, it is critical to have an autocratic style on the Fire Ground. A […]

The Dynamics of Leadership: “Principles, Values and Skills” – Putting the Organization First.

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As I reflect back over the years in my career there is one lesson I remember that resinates from my mentors, “If you put the organization first, then your wants and ambitions will soon follow. But it is always about the orgainization first, your suborindates second and you are last.” Well I have to often […]

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