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​Courage Under Fire Leadership
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Courage Under Fire
April 8, 2021
8:30 AM to Noon
Top Commandments
April 8, 2021
1 PM to 4:30
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Do you have what it takes to be a great fire service professional in the year 2021 and more 
importantly beyond? While this session is focused on current and aspiring fire officers 
(Lieutenant up to Fire Chief), fire service personnel of ALL ranks and from all types of fire 
departments (volunteer, career, combination, etc.) will find some value to the information 
being shared and discussed, regardless of whether they want to promote. 

First of all, leadership does not start at the top – it starts at the firehouse and transitions to the emergency scene! Organizations around the Country, not just fire departments, are struggling for quality leadership and followership at all ranks. As a fire service professional in today's fire service, you must possess “Courage Under Fire” and continuously aspire to be the best you can be. The saying, “If I only knew then what I knew now” is the focus of this session. 

Situations a fire service professional may face today can have severe consequences to the positive image of the fire service, their career, or the careers of those they lead or follow. If you are a Firefighter or Engineer, with no desire to promote, or no desire to be a part of the team or be the best you can be, then this session may not be for you. If you are an officer, and you want to be everyone’s buddy, or never want to be “that guy” when it comes to being the designated adult, then this session may not be for you. However, if you’re willing to be the follower or leader you took the oath for when accepting the position, you will find some value to the information being discussed. Current topics affecting the fire service, events that have occurred to the fire service (good and not-so-good), as well as personal lessons learned (some the hard way), will be shared and discussed in a positive and productive manner. Attendees, regardless of rank or type of department they serve at, will leave with numerous tips for leadership success!

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​The Top Commandments for Today's
Fire Service Professional
This session is intended for fire service professionals of all ranks (especially current and future fire officers) who are open to suggestions for improvement and best practices. Sadly, many personnel of all ranks (especially officers) are just calling it in or have “retired in place.” Attendees will be exposed to the top Commandments to inspire them to be the best they can be. Areas discussed include but are not limited to leadership, officer development, customer service, team building, emergency scene operations, mentoring and succession planning. It takes true “courage” to be a leader in today’s fire service – do you have what it takes?​
Steve Prziborowski
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