From the Firehouse to the Fireground
Introduction by Bobby Halton
RICK LASKY JOHN SALKA
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by Dennis L. Rubin
Drawing on his experiences as fre chief of the Washington, D.C., Fire & EMS Department,
Chief Rubin uses behind-the-scenes stories and case studies to show how leadership
techniques can be applied in a real-world setting.
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196 pages/Softcover/2013 ISBN 978-1-59370-304-2 $39.00 US
FIVE ALARM LEADERSHIP: FROM THE FIREHOUSE TO THE FIREGROUND
by Rick Lasky and John Salka
In their new book, two of the most dynamic and inspirational leaders in the fre service have
compiled the leadership lessons learned, situations handled, decisions made, and problems
solved during their combined 60-plus years of fre service experience.
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256 pages/Hardcover/2013 ISBN 978-1-59370-234-2 $49.00 US
SITUATIONAL AWARENESS FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE
by Richard B. Gasaway
In this primer for commanders, Chief Gasaway—a recognized authority on decision making
and situational awareness—discusses the total decision-making process of frst responders in
fast paced, highly stressful environments and gives takeaway messages for how to improve
safety in emergency response situations.
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380 pages/Hardcover/2013 ISBN 978-1-59370-307-3 $59.00 US
STEP UP AND LEAD
by Frank Viscuso
This must-have book outlines skills and personal characteristics for fre service leadership.
Chief Viscuso gives examples of leadership traits such as empathy and courage; provides tips
on building teams, delegating tasks, mentoring, and improving morale; and offers advice on
conducting performance evaluations, leading meetings, and writing technical reports.
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286 pages/Hardcover/2013 ISBN 978-1-59370-308-0 $49.00 US