Leadership II: Strategies for Personal Success - NFA
Old Course Code: LIISFPSNFA
Instructional Hours: 12.00
Objective: To provide the student with an understanding of leadership skills and tasks associated with management of multiple roles of managers, ethics, abuse or power and personal creativity.
Learning Outcome: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to identify typical roles and responsibilities of a commanding officer, identify, define and analyze the role of creativity and innovation in fire service organizations, identify the sources and limits of different types of power and make appropriate decisions involving ethical issues.
Course Content: Major topics covered in the course include ethics, role conflict, fostering creativity and innovation and power.
Methods of Instruction: Lecture, discussion, audio/visual aids, role-playing and examinations.
ACE Credit Recommendations:
Credit Recommendation: The ACE/CREDIT recommendation for this course is in the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in Business Administration, Fire Science, Public Administration, Urban/Regional Planning, Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Services or Emergency Management. (11/89) (2/95) (12/99) (10/04).
There are no prerequisites for this course.