Resilient Leadership for Emergency Services & Healthcare Professions

Course Description

In times of crisis and adversity leadership is essential.  The course RESILIENT LEADERSHIP For Emergency Services and Healthcare Professions is a unique science based program which prepares leaders to create an organizational culture of resilience.

Frontline leaders/managers will find Resilient Leadership especially useful. Topics include resilience oriented communications, the four characteristics that separate effective crisis leaders from others, and common mistakes leaders make.

 Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

  • Define and recognize resilience.
  • Define and recognize a resilient organizational culture.
  • Define the two covenants of Resilient Leadership.
  • Define the four core pillars of Resilient Leadership.
  • Practice Resilient Leadership by implementing 20 specific Resilient Leadership prescriptions (RX) to create a “culture of resilience.”
  • Avoid the “7 deadly sins” of leadership.

Course Length: 1 Day (7 Contact Hours)

Intended Audience:

This program is designed for anyone in the uniformed services field that may find themselves in positions of leadership. Whether you are a “formal” leader on an organizational chart, or the “informal” leader in an agency that people look to for answers, this program is for you. This course explores avenues of leadership pros and cons that can benefit the newest leader to the most seasoned.