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First in, last out : leadership lessons from the New York Fire Department

Author: John Salka; Barret Neville
Publisher: New York : Portfolio, 2004.
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A veteran FDNY firefighter describes the field-tested management strategies that help commanders lead teams into a raging fire, explaining how the fire department develops loyalty, trust, and grace under pressure.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Salka; Barret Neville
ISBN: 1591840252 9781591840251 1591840686 9781591840688
OCLC Number: 53076362
Description: xviii, 222 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: You're the chief --
The leadership triangle: what is the foundation of great leadership? --
Fueling the leadership fire: how do you take your leadership to the next level? --
Don't waste your water on smoke: how do you get people to focus on the things that matter? --
Every chief needs a radio, a white helmet, and his people's trust: how does trust help you get the most out of your people? --
Know their names before you send them into the flames: how do you create strong connections with your people? --
Making the right call when the heat is on: how do you make the right decisions? --
No one goes home until the fire's out: how do you lead for execution? --
Fire up your people's performance: how do you get your people to be fully engaged in their work? --
The fire you beat today is not the one you'll face tomorrow: how do you make uncertainty and flux work to your advantage? --
Finding your top whip: how can you develop leaders throughout your organization? And how will this help you be a more effective leader?
Responsibility: John Salka with Barret Neville.
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A veteran FDNY firefighter describes the field-tested management strategies that help commanders lead teams into a raging fire, explaining how the fire department develops loyalty, trust, and grace under pressure.

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