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Removing bias in employee evaluations with actionable data-driven metrics
Emergency care representatives testify about reimbursement, access challenges
Ed Racht and Matt Zavadsky recount their EMS advocacy testimony to the U.S. House Committee
21 Carroll County fire, EMS employees have either quit or been fired in the last 10 months
Our hosts share their personal public speaking recommendations, as well as pitfalls to avoid and how to calm your nerves
Jason Dyess: “Leadership is mostly a matter of the heart”
Registration is open for EMS and public safety leaders from around the world
These nine leaderships books have been voted among the best in the genre
Resiliency training and a CISM program laid a foundation for the Richmond Ambulance Authority to support its providers’ mental health
Simple gestures, like checking in after difficult calls or noticing changes in behavior, can make a significant difference
It’s helpful to know yourself and your peers well enough to detect significant changes that adversely impact on-the-job performance
What public safety can learn from the U.S. Army’s doctrine on readiness
Regardless of why an error happened, the focus should be on preventing any future errors, supporting the provider’s remediation plan and helping them move on
The vital role of self-awareness and authenticity in shaping EMS leadership
The original quarters for Medic 3 is a historical landmark built in the 1800s
Learn how to hone your thinking process to optimize your agency’s performance and achieve your career dreams
Although teamwork is a natural element of public safety, it’s easy for leaders to become complacent and fail to pay sufficient attention to team dynamics
Quality management implementation at Monroe Fire Department
Scholarship opportunities in leadership development, mentoring, degree assistance are available
Jeff White, Chief Paramedic at Richmond Lenox Emergency Management Service, has been named as the board president
Establishing clear policies, protocols and building trust: PCHD EMS shares their body-worn cameras implementation journey
Escambia County EMS union members say leadership has created an unsafe, toxic environment
ESO’s all-in-one Logistics Management software saves you time and money while maintaining response-ready status for your community
Get to know your people, listen to their input, and allow them to use their skills and abilities
If you’ve seen one community paramedicine program, then you’ve seen one program; here’s how successes from four different programs can be translated to new ones
The whole-system approach to protecting your personnel from violence
How a hybrid paid/volunteer emergency service model can provide the best care
It may feel counterintuitive at times, but achieving trust starts by showing unilateral respect to everyone, even when you disagree
The 8th annual What Paramedics Want survey wants to hear from medical first responders, EMTs and paramedics about their expectations of leaders and opportunities for professional development