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close this bookLeadership and Influence - Student Manual (FEMA-EMI, 1991, 208 p.)
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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentTarget Audience
View the documentGoal and Objectives
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentSample Agenda
close this folderLESSON PLANS
View the documentUnit I Introduction
View the documentUnit II Personal Values
View the documentUnit III Personal Styles
View the documentUnit IV Conflict Management Styles
View the documentUnit V The Impact of Different Influence Styles
View the documentUnit VI Exercising Leadership
View the documentUnit VII Exercising Power
View the documentUnit VIII Motivation
View the documentUnit IX Group Dynamics
View the documentUnit X Tying the Concepts Together: Course Integration & Application
View the documentUnit XI Presentation of Influence Plans
View the documentUnit XII Conclusion
close this folderAppendix
View the documentAppendix A - Glossary of Terms and Acronyms


The preparation of this course was made possible through the assistance and cooperation of many people. The Emergency Management Institute wishes to thank all the people who provided evaluation data from previous offerings of this course (through the Field Evaluation System), the course developer, the emergency management professionals who served as members of the Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC), the trainers who conducted pilot offerings of this new edition, and the FEMA Headquarters personnel and State and local emergency managers who contributed their knowledge and expertise.