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Course fee: $155
This one-day workshop with leadership expert Chris Cebollero will help you hone and develop your organizational leadership skills. EMS is a unique profession, sitting at the intersection of civic duty, public service, and healthcare. Leading organizations is both an art and a science. The topics of this this engaging seminar include:
• Defining Leadership and the top 10 rules
• Building your network
• Servant leadership and styles
• Leading with emotional intelligence
• How to coach and mentor
• Creating your vision statement
There are many leadership styles, and experience is required to lead in your field of expertise. But to be a successful leader, you must come from a place of service. In this seminar we will discuss the 10 components of servant leadership and how to instill them into your leadership practice.
Leaders require a high level of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is not only about understanding and controlling your emotions, but understanding and guiding the emotions of those around you. In this class we will cover the five components of emotional intelligence, and how to develop a high level of success leading your workforce.
The true measure of leadership success is how engaged, satisfied, and productive your workforce is. As a leader your role is to get work completed through other people, helping them achieve their best in the process. In this class we will outline the foundational skills leaders need to know to develop and coach a highly engaged workforce.
One of the most neglected components of leadership is the development of the leader. You must ensure that you keep yourself on a path of continual learning, fostering inspiration, motivation, and influence with your team. In this class we will discuss the importance of your personal development, how to develop a vision statement, and set goals to reach that vision.
Six hours of CE provided by the UCLA Center for Prehospital Care, approved California EMS continuing education provider number 19-0307.