Environmental leadership

Zikmund, Nyle
September 2010
Minnesota Fire Chief;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p18
The article discusses the role of feedback in environmental leadership in a fire service. Among the factors to consider in environmental leadership include the employment of motivated individuals and holding them accountable, and providing and exposing them to a variety of opportunities, experiences and challenges. It is stated that attracting a more talented, passionate and dedicated individuals is a major advantage that a fire service has over all public and private sector organizations.


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