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close this bookLeadership and Influence - Instructor Guide (FEMA-EMI, 1991, 281 p.)
Open this folder and view contentsPlan of Instruction February 1991
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View the documentChanges in the Leadership & Influence Course
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Introduction

Leadership and Influence is one of several courses in the Professional Development Series offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Emergency Management Institute (FEMA/EMI).

This course has been well received since its initial offering in 1983 and was revised in 1990 by a Curriculum Advisory Committee, whose members included specialists in the emergency management field from areas throughout the country who had served as instructors for the course. Major results of the revision are shown on session "Changes in the Leadership and Influence Course".

Participants completing the Leadership and Influence course will be able to lead and influence others in the demanding setting of emergency management by increasing their range of skills in a variety of interpersonal areas: conflict management, use of power, and group dynamics, as well as leadership and influence.