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This chapter brings to life calling and what it means to be an emergency services responder. It looks at certain areas that become part of the leader’s calling, as well as the benefit to the leader from serving their followers. An individual is called to a career in emergency services. The profession, being one of personal sacrifice, places the individual in harm’s way, and transcends the notion of being simply a job. Being an emergency responder becomes the identity of the individuals that perform the work. That calling to serve brought the leaders to the career field. That same calling is the leader’s call to lead. In addition, this chapter offers a pathway for emergency services leaders to look inward at their own calling and use it to become stronger leaders for the community of responders.
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