3-Key Components

Leadership is crucial in the event of a crisis. Quickly assessing risk, making decisions and acting are key components to leadership during such an emergency situation. The absence of these three actions could lead on a downward spiral for your organization, with one bad decision usually leading to another disaster that will completely cripple it (often ending up as either ceasing or being bought out). This course focuses not just on understanding what kind of leader you need when facing this type dilemma but also how you can leverage project management tactics to make the right decisions.

Risk - an exposure to injury, loss, or hazard. Mitigated by assessments and use of the risk matrix.

Decision - making up your mind on what you're going to do. During crisis, there may not be time for consensus building.

Action - something done or performed. This is the execution piece of leadership where decisions come to life.

Course Curriculum


  Welcome & Introduction
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  Leadership Pivot
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  Project Management Tactics
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  Behaviors
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  Communication
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  Course Outro
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$79

Individual Course

1 Recertification Credit Hour

Less This course has been approved for one (1) recertification credit hour by the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).


HRCI Activity ID - 540559

SHRM Activity ID - 22-QYG2V