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Get FULLY INVOLVED at FDIC

FULLY INVOLVED is geared toward fire service professionals who wish to expand their abilities in leadership.
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Mark vonAppen

on 17 November 2014

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GET FULLY INVOLVED AT FDIC
Do your job
Regardless of your position in the organization, forward movement is possible only when everyone is working in concert at the highest possible level. Do your job right because you said you would.
Treat people right
Give all out effort
Have an all in attitude
Our passion is fueled by a love
for our brothers and sisters. They
are why we listen, they are why
we learn, and they are why we
work the craft so hard. We put
people first.
We prepare with a sense of urgency, not a sense of panic. We never know when our time will come, only that it will. We know for certain that we will make a difference.
Have an all in attitude
Whatever the situation, we work together to hold one another accountable. We believe that accountability is a discipline, and that every person is responsible for the other. When all else fails, we will do it on our own together. We do it for the person next to us.
Excellence is our responsibility.
Know the enemy.
Fight complacency daily.
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