How to Nail Your First-Due Strategic Responsibility: Part 4

Back in July (Firehouse ® , July 2012), we described box one of our first-due fire officer “Four-Box Strategic Progression.” Our structured and systematic four-box progression has been crafted so that you nail your first-due strategic...


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Until aggressive strategy becomes the norm, random acts of tactical violence will continue to injure and kill firefighters (and damage property); focused and aggressive strategy will help prevent firefighters from being injured and killed (and property being unnecessarily damaged). Aggressive strategy will help ensure that aggressive tactics are intelligent, safe and appropriate. n

Next: Box three

 

Mark Emery will present “The Essentials of Fire Station Leadership” and “How to Not Be There and Not Do That” at Firehouse World 2013.