EVENTS

Fall 2022 Leadership Under Fire Leadership Development On-Line Course

September 13, 2022 – November 15, 2022

The LUF Leadership Development On-Line Course includes eight modules of dynamic instruction, discussion and collaboration oriented on tactical leadership. The course group will meet via a web platform on Tuesday evenings (1900-2115)  during the semester. 

Course curriculum is modeled after the popular resident LUF Leadership Development Course which is held on the Farm in Western Maryland. Course theme include: The Moral Imperative of Leadership; Mission-Oriented Leadership; Development and Implementation of a Command Philosophy; and Optimizing Mental Performance. 

There is a corresponding reading and listening (podcasts) component. This is utilized in an effort to further explore the topics and provide real world application as well as a deeper dive into some of the topics than the zoom session allows for. 

Registration is limited to 20 leaders.

Summer 2022 Leadership Under Fire Book Club

July 13, 2022 – August 3, 2022

In early 2022, Leadership Under Fire launched our inaugural online book club. The online book club was a conduit to meaningful discourse, reflection and critical thought. The LUF Team is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a summer 2022 book club.

Summer 2022 LUF Book Club Details: 

  • The club will be limited to 15 leaders. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis.
  • LUF’s chief mentor, Jim Roussell, will serve as the book club leader and Bobby Staulters will serve as the club facilitator.
  • Selected book: “Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable” by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  • The group will meet digitally on Zoom from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EST) on July 13th, 20th, 27th and August 3rd.

LUF Leadership Development Course

October 16 - October 21, 2022

The LUF Leadership Development Course includes five days of dynamic instruction, discussion and collaboration, oriented on tactical leadership. The weeklong course will be held at a country farm in Maryland where all resident LDC participants will learn, reflect, eat and sleep under the same roof.

Course themes include: the Moral Imperative of Leadership; Mission-Oriented Leadership; Development and Implementation of a Command Philosophy; Generating Tempo and Mental Performance at Fires and Emergencies. The course also includes a command and staff ride of the Antietam Battlefield and a day devoted to tactical fitness.  

This immersive course promises to challenge leaders to THINK about the moral, mental and physical aspects of mission-oriented leadership and optimal human performance in a way that no other program does. 

Registration is limited to 20 resident leaders and 5 non-resident leaders.

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