By Patrick J. Sweeney, Michael D. Matthews, Paul B. Lester
Delivering the knowledge of practitioners from the army, legislations enforcement, hearth and rescue, in addition to famous students this advisor integrates idea and learn with useful adventure to assist the reader organize for the original mental, social, and actual demanding situations of top in risky contexts. no matter if a tender soldier getting ready for warfare, pro wrestle commander, SWAT group chief, EMT manager, legislation enforcement patrol unit chief, or fireplace division lieutenant, these fascinated with life-and-death occasions face universal demanding situations, and the authors draw all alone reviews and that of others to assist first responders successfully functionality in risky environments. released in cooperation with the organization of the USA military
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How may a person acquire it? Scholars and writers on leadership, like medieval alchemists, have traditionally sought to find the source of this special quality. For some writers, leadership is a skill honed through practice and study. For others it is a rare, natural talent, like artistic ability, that a person is born with. Still others equate it with a particular position and the authority that goes with it. For yet others, it is a unique energy that a few gifted individuals possess but most others lack.
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Leadership in Dangerous Situations: A Handbook for the Armed Forces, Emergency Services and First Responders by Patrick J. Sweeney, Michael D. Matthews, Paul B. Lester