This post was inspired by the Public Safety Leadership course that I recently taught as part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate.

While we were busy learning leadership concepts in the classroom, fire service professionals were busy writing about their real-world leadership perspectives in the Fire Rescue Magazine. Click the article titles below to read how classroom theory plays out in real life practice for a couple of fellow fire service professionals. Links provided courtesy of Richard Craibbe from the Oakville Fire Department Training Campus.

Servant Leadership in Today’s Fire Service

Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing

About the Author Gabriella

In 1990 I started teaching. I never stopped. Today, I marry my passion with my work by designing and delivering custom learning and management development programs. Founder of Raising The Bar Training & Consulting.