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This final chapter brings together the philosophy of servant leadership as a way for building the community of responders. Emergency services leadership is accountable for this community. A leader must be keenly aware of the vulnerabilities that exist that threaten the responder. The profession is a noble one, one of a desire to serve strangers in their time of need. Though the responder is a highly trained and skilled operator, they still remain human. The community of responders has to be the place where servant leaders meet the needs of followers so that they can realize a long and rewarding career.
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