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Carrizzo, Richard; Gerling, Kelly
July 2006
Fire Chief;Jul2006, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p46
Trade Publication
The article highlights the significance of practice principles and leadership skills in improving fire department culture in the United States. Dr. Kelley Gerling, an organizational consultant specializing in leadership based on values suggested the conduct of a morale survey of all department members at the Southern Platte Fire Protection District which resulted to recommendations to improve communications, leadership training and organizational culture.


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