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Predicting Ethical Performance

In the world today ethics and morality are written about, debated, and are often the cause of much controversy in many public forums. In the fire service we see that this issue is also a point of contention. We see that ethics are ambiguous, hard to define, no matter how clearly defined they are organizationally. However, despite the controversial and ambiguous nature of ethics they are inherently necessary to the life of the public servant. “Clearly, public service ethics has […]

Organizational Processes & Firefighter Ethical Performance

Organizational Processes & Firefighter Ethical Performance

Do Organizational Processes Affect Individual Firefighter Ethical Performance? Clearly, public service ethics has become a very broad and often ambiguous category that sometimes generates controversy as to what constitutes the term” (Zamor, p.1). Yet in the realm of public service, it continues to demand individuals of higher moral character and behavior while failing to produce a consistent example or mechanism of enforcement. Why is this so? One begins to wonder, with all of the emphasis on the individual how much […]

by · May 13, 2015 · 0 comments · Behavioral Health
#Firefighter Foundation’s

#Firefighter Foundation’s

The foundation of a house is the most important part. Without a proper foundation the house will collapse. Your future, your family’s future, and the future of the fire service are dependent on building upon a solid foundation. Ask yourself these questions: What foundation is currently being laid for the future houses of fire service leadership? Or are they building without a foundation at all? What principles, morals, and values do they hold fast to? “But the one, who has […]

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