I’ve flown over 70,000 miles since January of 2017. I’ve seen the inside of 54 planes and listened to 54 flight attendants unenthusiastically brief me on the safety features of the plane.
“Welcome aboard and thank you for flying Delta. Our first priority on every flight is safety. Before we de
Those of us who strive to be servant and service leaders invest a great deal of our time in elevating the professional stature of those who surround us, whom we respect and value. How common is it to hear, “I’m so proud of Firefighter Blanton from my shift! He’s been working for me since last year
The ISFSI Fall Instructor Development Conference is both a rewarding part of my job and a challenging pain! Every year leading up to the conference I beat my head on the wall and repeat “I will never do this event again.” The logistical nature of running this conference becomes so overwhelming and
“Kids, what’s wrong with these kids today?” Paul Lynde lamented 54 years ago in the movie Bye Bye Birdie. This question still resonates strongly in fire departments across the country. Today’s younger generation confounds older firefighters and officers of how they learn and communicate.
Many of you have begun to set up your 2018 training schedules. What have you included that would either motivate your members to strengthen their own writing skills or would better prepare them for the writing responsibilities in their current and future positions?
Why does writing training matter?