Ownership vs.The Virtual Tour In the fire service, like any business today, Chief’s/Administration expect their firefighters and officers to take ownership and have pride in the department that they work for. And why shouldn’t they, having pride and taking ownership of where you work and what you do should be a very basic element of a successful team in any…See More
A great lesson was learned last week. At that time, I had been struggling over the past few days before because I allowed choices of others to affect my attitude and drive. I was also suffering from a severely out of line and selfish perspective. All of which were realized quickly with a few short texts from my wife.For months I have been preaching on social media the…See More
No matter what type of tactics or operations your department provides, the quality and efficiency are dramatically affected by the leadership skills of your officers. Leadership is the most important element of everything we do!
Where is the WHY?It’s Not Just Millennial’s That Want to Know One of the most frustrating things that anyone in middle management can be faced with is to be given a mission, policy, task, etc. that they don’t believe in but then must convince their team to believe in and carry it out. As middle management when we’re faced with these types of issues it is our…See More
Jeremy has served in the fire service for 18 years working his way through the ranks and is currently a station Captain. Jeremy has a deep passion for leadership and building tomorrow’s leaders. His message is one of putting his crew first and knowing that because of that they will do everything that they can to accomplish whatever tasks are presented. Away from the fire service, Jeremy and his wife lives on a small farm in NE Oklahoma with their 7 kids. Follow him on Facebook - Crew 1st Culture and Instagram - @crew1stculture
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