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.

Optimizing Human Performance at Fires and Emergencies Online Course

March - May 2022

The Leadership Under Fire Optimizing Human Performance (OHP) Online Course includes eight modules of dynamic instruction, discussion and collaboration oriented on human performance in high-risk and ultra-competitive endeavors.The course group will meet via web platform weekly on selected evenings during the semester. 

The LUF OHP Course provides leaders with an improved understanding of the physiological, psychological, and cognitive impacts of operational and competitive stress. The course equips leaders with tools, concepts and strategies which optimize individual, team level and organizational performance.

The LUF Advisory Cadre has considerable experience in optimizing human performance in the military, professional sport, the fire service, and other high-risk and ultra-competitive industries.

Registration is limited to 20 leaders.

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