Managing Fires

I have spent half of my life managing fires.  I mean, I put them out.  In the world of being a fire fighter, that’s pretty simple.  You put water on the hot red stuff.  But later in my career I found out that fighting fire wasn’t what was going on most of the time.  What was it?  Managing the fires inside the fire house.

Now consider that every workplace is a fire house.  That is, people go there, have a common goal, spend tons of time with each other, and must complete a task.  Now, also consider that each fire house has its own unique dynamic or culture.  This is the fire that must be controlled.

Stick around, let’s figure out how to be a successful leader, fire fighter, of people.  We will talk with the most successful managers on the planet, put it all in one place, and GIVE YOU the tools to succeed.

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Managing fires is simple.  Managing the “Firehouse” is not!

Checkout the Chief’s Corner.  I’ll have great information from industry leaders.  I’ll be asking them for tips, ideas, ethos’, etc. about how to manage, inspire, lead, and work for your people so that they work for you!

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I’ve been in emergency services for more than 16 years.  Wow, what a ride.  I’ve been a volunteer, career, combination departments, Department of Defense contractor in Iraq, etc.  Sure, that’s a ton!  But it has given me perspective that most others don’t have.  I started at the bottom, worked hard, and moved up the chain.  Now, I’m an entrepreneur.  I have a beautiful wife, and two beautiful girls.  I can’t wait to live the rest of my life!

 

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