PSA 500 Communication Leadership Skills and Managing Crisis Decisions

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
Examines the theories and practices of strategic and operational planning for crisis and emergency management. Operationalizes the principles associated with evaluation of risk and the formulation of prevention programs, including: organizing the response; managing the response organization; managing in a turbulent, high stress environment; and utilizing crisis decision-making and crisis communication. Identifies the issues and policy responses necessary to achieve coordination of agencies and collaboration with private resources. Group leadership skills will be learned and performed, including task leadership in both the designated leader and emergent leader perspectives. Process skills performed by crisis managers, such as practicing standard operating procedures, exercising intuition and practicing mental stimulations will be learned and exhibited in group presentations. Cases and group scenarios will be examined to apply these concepts in practice.