By Robert S. Fleming Ed.D.
Survival talents for the hearth leader examines the administration error hearth chiefs frequently make that compromise their effectiveness and skill to regulate and lead their hearth departments. In his most modern ebook, Dr. Fleming, a nationally famous authority on fireplace and emergency prone, offers the certainty essential to improve the hearth chief's good fortune and that of his or her hearth division. The book's issues contain realizing, assembly, and, the place attainable, exceeding the moderate expectancies of fireplace division stakeholders and getting ready as a fireplace leader for pro, own, and organizational success.
Survival talents for the fireplace leader is perfect for present and destiny hearth chiefs; individuals in comparable collage and college classes; and contributors in education courses, seminars, and classes provided by way of hearth and emergency companies education enterprises
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Identify the future challenges that you are likely to face as fire chief. indb 20 2/14/11 3:13 PM Lesson 3: Roles of the Fire Chief Role in Survival and Success The key to success in any position begins with having a thorough understanding of its roles and responsibilities and the accompanying expectations of organizational stakeholders. Your roles and responsibilities as fire chief will differ from those of the previous positions that you held within the fire department. Although some of your roles and responsibilities will be enacted on the incident scene, such as commanding an emergency incident or interacting with the media at that incident, a fairly significant component of your work as fire chief will be enacted off the incident scene as you prepare your fire department to effectively, efficiently, and safely serve the community and meet and, where possible, exceed the reasonable expectations of your department’s stakeholders.
Concurrent control takes place during the delivery of services, such as when you engage in continuous size-up of incident conditions and progress throughout the management of an emergency incident. The use of a post-incident analysis after a major incident is an example of feedback control. Review of departmental performance reports is another example of the use of feedback control (figure 4–3). indb 35 2/14/11 3:13 PM 36 Survival Skills for the Fire Chief Types of Control • Feedforward control • Concurrent control • Feedback control Figure 4–3.
3. 4. 5. 6. Establish goals. Establish performance standards. Measure actual performance. Compare performance to standards. Take corrective action as necessary. Provide feedback. As a fire chief, you can employ three types of control within your fire department: feedforward control, concurrent control, and feedback control. Ensuring that all personnel are properly trained based on your department’s scope of operations is an example of the use of feedforward control. Concurrent control takes place during the delivery of services, such as when you engage in continuous size-up of incident conditions and progress throughout the management of an emergency incident.