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Wildland Fire Leadership · 3d ago

Duty: Develop Your Subordinates for the Future

Duty: Develop your subordinates for the future.• Clearly state expectations.• Delegate tasks that you are not required to do personally.• Consider individual skill levels and developmental n...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 5d ago

Beyond the Rose-Colored Glasses

(Photo credit: Creatas Images)As part of the 2017 Wildland Fire Leadership campaign, we will focusing on authenticity. In this blog we share information about the impact a leader can have by...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 6d ago

Duty: Ensure that tasks are understood, supervised, and accomplished.

Duty: Ensure that tasks are understood, supervised, and accomplished.Issue clear instructions.Observe and assess actions in progress without micro-managing.Use positive feedback to modify du...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1W ago

Duty: Make sound and timely decisions

Duty: Make sound and timely decisions.• Maintain situation awareness in order to anticipate needed actions.• Develop contingencies and consider consequences.• Improvise within the commander'...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1W ago

Connecting through Reading

(Photo credit: Alpine IHC chose Extreme Ownership as their crew book for 2016)You have heard us say, "Leaders are readers...and writers." We have heard many of you say, "I don't like to read...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1W ago

Duty: Be proficient in your job, both technically and as a leader.

Duty: Be proficient in your job, both technically and as a leader.Take charge when in charge. Adhere to professional standard operating procedures. Develop a plan to accomplish given objecti...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

IGNITE: Trust is the Foundation

Leadership functions on the basis of trust. When trust is gone, the leader soon will be. – John C. MaxwellIGNITE the Spark for Leadership. LIKE and SHARE throughout your networks.#fireleader...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

Are We Hard-Wired to Fight?

I am often called the "heart" of most groups with which I associate. My compassionate nature is such that I opt for love over hate. In fact, my husband often refers to me as a "people please...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

IGNITE: The Humble Leader

If you blow your own horn to get noticed, you're in the wrong organization. – Strategies for LeadershipIGNITE the Spark for Leadership. LIKE and SHARE throughout your networks.#fireleadersh...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 3W ago

IGNITE: Communicating Is More Than Talking

Do not think you are communicating just because you are talking. – UnknownIGNITE the Spark for Leadership. LIKE and SHARE throughout your networks.#fireleadership #fireminis[Photo: Tatanka I...