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The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative

Emerging Leaders in Crisis

Transforming an Agency
Mar 16—20, 2020
5 days
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
USD 8500
USD 1700 per day

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Description

Meta-Leadership for Emerging Leaders in Crisis provides the participant with the knowledge, skills, and tools to lead effectively in a crisis. Through lectures, group discussion, and team exercises participants will increase their understanding of how to strengthen their internal leadership capacities, inspire those around them to follow, enhance techniques to lead up, effectively engage with partners and key stakeholders, improve their crisis communication competencies, and drive their teams and organizations toward higher achievement. These new and improved skills will be tested in a dynamic group exercise at program conclusion to ensure they can be fully utilized when the learner returns to the workplace.

This curriculum will help participants to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Meta-Leadership and how to apply the dimensions
  • Strengthen crisis communication skills by differentiating between non-crisis vs crisis situations in engaging all stakeholders
  • Develop skills to assess, engage teams, create a plan of action, and measure success, in order to drive sustaining, high achievement in organizations
  • Grow personal leadership style by learning how to cultivate relationships, resolve conflict, and develop others
  • Gain practical application of skills taught by participation in dynamic learning sessions
  • Utilizing mentoring as a tool to support lifelong learning

As a candidate for the ELC program and part of your application you will be required to individually choose a mentor. Your mentor should be someone in a SENIOR leadership position whether internal or external to your agency. Your mentor will be required to meet with you to discuss your leadership goals, work with you on setting up a system to measure your progress, provide guidance and share their own leadership lessons learned, meet with you regularly, and provide the program a brief at the end of a year period. This is a mandatory component of the program so please prepare this information prior to starting your application.

Program Content

DAY 1: UNDERSTANDING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF META-LEADERSHIP

  • Overview of the Meta-Leadership Model
  • Meta-Leadership in Action: Guest Speaker

DAY 2: META-LEADERSHIP IN CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS

  • What’s different in a crisis?
  • Swarming
  • Crisis Communications
  • Power of Partnership
  • Class Exercise
  • Meta-Leadership in Action: Guest Speaker

DAY 3: META-LEADERSHIP AND DRIVING A TRANSFORMATIVE PROCESS

  • Transformative Leadership Lifecycle
  • Meta-Leadership to Lead Transformation
  • Assessing, Engaging, Designing, Process Implementation, and Measuring Sustainable Achievement in an Organization
  • Class Exercise

DAY 4: RELATIONSHIPS, RESOLVING CONFLICT, & DEVELOPING OTHERS

  • Influence versus Authority
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Raising Leaders

DAY 5: GROUP EXERCISE AND REPORT OUTS

Who should attend

Individuals in federal, state, and local government agencies, private and non-profit organizations charged with managing a team or group and include team leads, directors, mid-level managers, project/program managers, analysts. Ideally, these individuals are on a desired career track for a leadership role in crisis preparedness, response, recovery, mitigation, security and business continuity.

Specifically:

U.S. government staff in their first 10 years of service: GS-12 to-GS-14, fellows, and other equivalent federal pay scales

State and local government staff in their first 10 years of service who are being groomed for leadership positions within their organizations

Private, non-profit, and international staff with at least 5 years of experience selected by their employer to participate

Experts

Dr. Marcus is founding Director of the Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Marcus’ research, scholarship and applied practice examine the advancement of health care and public health negotiation, conflict resolution and...
Eric J. McNulty holds an appointment as Associate Director of Research and for the Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution and Instructor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His work centers on leadership in high-stakes, high-stress situations. He is currently wo...
Mr. Serino was a panelist for the Forum’s discussions on Big Weather and Coastal Cities and Building Resiliency in an Age of Terrorism. Richard Serino, former Deputy Administrator of FEMA and Chief of Boston EMS, has joined the NPLI faculty as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow. In this role he par...

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Mar 16—20, 2020
5 days
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
USD 8500
USD 1700 per day

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