Executive Skills Series: Managing and Leading Change (F0517)

Training Specialist

Burt Clark
burt.clark@fema.dhs.gov
301-447-1069

Curriculum: Executive Development

In this 2-day course, students will be introduced to a four-step model for managing change effectively. These activities include analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. The same model will be used to examine the executive role of leading change. A variety of activities and simulations will apply theories to contemporary issues that executive officers experience daily. This course is for senior fire officers of both career and volunteer fire/emergency services organizations.

Selection Criteria * Chief of department or equivalent.* Chief officers who head major bureaus or functions within a department (e.g., suppression, prevention, training, emergency medical services, etc.).* Battalion-level officers of IAFC-designated "metro-size" departments.Selection Priority: Sponsoring organizations should require documentation of rank/functions to ensure student selection criteria are maintained.
Delivery Type 2-Day Off-Campus
Prerequisites None.
ACE Recommendation In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 1 semester hour in Business Management.
CEU's 1.3
Post-Course Requirements None.
Student Pre-Course Materials None.
NFPA Standards None.
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