Essay Anthology

March 2006
Fire Chief;Mar2006, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p82
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The article features the publication "Chief's Clipboard," a collection of several most influential columns of Ronny Coleman published in the Fire Chief magazine. The column collection contains topics discussing leadership to health and safety to succession planning. The topics also reflect actual events of the turning points in the firefighters' careers.


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