North Dakota EMS Association 


Level I: From Management to Leadership of the EMS Organization

(Limit 26 Attendees)

October 12-13, 2017

· How to blend the roles of both leading and managing and how to know the difference

· Stepping beyond a paradigm of reactivity, symptom management and scarcity

· The characteristics of great EMS organizations

· How to create a culture people rave about

· Leading today’s EMS workforce

· Recruiting the people you really want

· A leadership approach to discipline

· How to master delegation

· Matching responsibility with empowerment


Level III: Moving Your Organization Forward

(Limit 26 Attendees)

December 7-8, 2017

· How to identify what needs to change in your  organization

· Clarifying what really matters to you, employees, customers, the public and the success of the organization

· Imagination, and why it is an important practical tool for leaders

· Why most strategic planning fails and how to plan differently

· Creating the vision for change

· Taking big visions and reducing them to small bites

· How to manage change reactions

· A new approach to EMS quality that actually makes sense and produces results

· The practice of leadership in real case studies




Level II: Showing up as a Leader

(Limit 26 Attendees)

October 14-15, 2017

· What makes a great leader (beyond the theory)?

· How one person influences another

· Getting clear about what stops us from leading

· How to master the clock

· A stepped approach to fear and failure

· Developing the capacity to really listen and why listening matters

· How to expand your influence

· How to influence the people above you

· Ethically navigating power and politics

Telling powerful stories and why stories matter


Level IV: Your Specific Role and Challenges: 

      A Retreat

(Limit 26 Attendees)

December 9-10, 2017

· Participants set the agenda in a facilitated

· Retreat-style session that focuses specifically on each participant’s leadership roles and organizational challenges.

· Participants come with the specific challenges they are facing in their roles and in their organizations.

· Utilizing an “open space” format, participants choose the topics.

· Brief presentations are made on the topics, and the balance of the allotted time is used to workshop each topic with discussion, exercises and sharing best (and worst) practices. 

 

 


Contact the office at 701-221-0567 to sign up for 3 & 4

November 30th is the last day to register for Levels III & IV

The cost of this course is $100 per level. To register click here

 


All Courses will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott, Bismarck

$69.00 Room Rate

(701)223-6667

Block Rate will end a month before course date 

NDEMSA Leadership Academy October

Start date: 10/12/17
End date: 10/15/17
Last day to book: 9/14/17

Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate:

·  Courtyard Bismarck North  for 91.00 USD  per night

Book your group rate for NDEMSA Leadership Academy October 

NDEMSA Leadership Academy December

Start date: 12/7/17
End date: 12/10/17
Last day to book: 11/9/17

Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate:

·  Courtyard Bismarck North  for 91.00 USD  per night

Book your group rate for NDEMSA Leadership Academy December 



Course Details

The courses will begin at 10 am-6 pm on the 1st day. Lunch is included.

The 2nd- 4th day sessions will begin at 9 am and conclude about 5 pm. Lunch is included.

Participants are responsible for making their hotel arrangements, lodging costs, and mileage. Also note the hotel block deadline, hotel availability in Bismarck is very limited. Currently a $300 per participant reimbursement is available from the DEMS.

Courses Must Be Taken in Order.

The cost of this course is $100 per level. To register click here

 

 



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