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Wildland Fire Leadership · 10h ago

IGNITE: Stay Calm

Relax. Look around. Make a call. - Leif Babin, Extreme Ownership[Photo: Kyle Miller/Wyoming IHC]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 4d ago

There’s Nothing Wrong with the “F” Word

(Photo: Pixabay/Geralt)There’s Nothing Wrong with the “F” Wordby Riva DuncanFailure: The neglect or omission of expected or required action. The Oxford DictionaryHuman: representative of ...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 5d ago

IGNITE: Empower Your People

Empowerment is not just the right thing to do, it is good business and it has a personal payback. -  Patrick Townsend & Joan Gebhardt in "Five-Star Leadership"[Photo: Baker River IHC]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1w ago

IGNITE: Practice in the Art

The visible signs of artful leadership are expressed, ultimately, in its practice. - Max De Pree[Photo: Kyle Miller/Wyoming IHC]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1W ago

More Questions Than Answers

(Photo: Geralt/Pixabay)I recently asked our Facebook followers to weigh in on the following question:"Leadership is more art than science."[Do you agree/disagree? What does this mean?]The st...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 1W ago

IGNITE: The Voyage of Discovery

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust[Photo: Kyle Miller/Wyoming IHC]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

IGNITE: Help One, Help Others

When you help a person become a better leader, you help all the people that leader impacts. - Perry Noble[Photo credit: Kyle Miller/Wyoming IHC (Snake Fire, 2015)]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

Are You a Pushmi or a Pullyu?

Have your ever felt like you were on the most amazing team in the world—the Pushmi-Pullyu team? I know I have, and the results can be extremely frustrating or downright amazing!For those of ...
Wildland Fire Leadership · 2W ago

IGNITE: Rising Above Followership

It is the capacity to develop and improve their skills that distinguishes leaders from followers. - Warren Bennis & Burt Nanus[Photo: Kyle Miller/Wyoming IHC, Griffin fire (2016)]
Wildland Fire Leadership · 3W ago

IGNITE: Empowering Others

Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others. - John Maxwell[Photo credit: Plumas IHC]