Leadership in the Fire Service

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Leadership in the Fire Service
Needs, Rewards, Motivation, and Communication
I understand the relationship between needs, rewards, and motivation is found in the common component of ethics which binds these aspects of leadership. True leaders must decide how to balance needs, rewards, and motivation in an ethical manner. “Ethics for a long time simply meant compliance with laws and regulations” (Pratt 26). Leadership ethics in the Fire Service at GTAA is concerned with far more than just the laws. I will motivate and show concern for the team as a small society.
Transparent communication is one of the best ways to promote trust and facilitate team work. “The neglect of cognitive processes (which function behind closed doors so to speak)...
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