Forming Individuals Into a Team

Posted by David Johnson on January 1, 2000
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Last week we talked about how your Goal determines the types of people you would want on your team. Your players will look much different if your goal is to build a mountainside resort than if your goal is to block the development of that mountainside.

Now that you have your goal, you must break it down into tasks and get people to fill those slots. Your team might need an engineer, an accountant, a publicist, and a writer along with ten other things. Spend some time and write down the structure of your ideal team.

When management first brings

Leadership

Posted by Captain Dennis Steele on January 1, 2000
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9/11 REMEMBERENCE

Posted by Captain Dennis Steele on January 1, 2000
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I attended a 9/11 rememberence program yesterday and as a firefighter it was moving to know that many of those in our communities still care. I would like to say from all of us who serve THANK YOU!!!!

Training & Education

Posted by Captain Dennis Steele on January 1, 2000
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Take the opportunity to expand your knowledge with training or education whenever you can, with jobs harder to obtain these days give yourself an edge.

UPCOMING SEMINAR

Posted by Captain Dennis Steele on January 1, 2000
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I am in the process of putting together a seminar on employee training, developemnt and education in the near future, this will address concepts on creating a cost effective employee retention program.

Wellness Re-Engineered

Posted by Bryan Fass on January 1, 2000
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Wellness is all the buzz today with lots of money being spent on programs that just fizzle out. When injury prevention, real world nutrition and functional fitness are put at the forefront wellness becomes second nature. Let me teach your organization how in “Suitable Fitness for the Business Traveler”

Travel Fit

Posted by Bryan Fass on January 1, 2000
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With the average business traveler loosing a full night’s sleep over the course of a 5 day trip it leaves the body open to disease, stress, poor concentration and ultimately mistakes. Hydration is one of the keys to combating fatigue and improving performance while on the job. If you are not in the bathroom every 90 minutes you are dehydrated! This trick keeps you from driving too long also.

Wellness re-thought

Posted by Bryan Fass on January 1, 2000
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When all employees are held to and trained to the same physical standards then the high rate of injury and employee turnover will drastically decrease. It is much cheaper to hire and maintain a physically fit employee than it is to pay for there injury and disability later.