The Chief Officers Association is a 501(c)5 labor organization and recognized bargaining unit representing the Command Officers of the LAFD. It was founded in 1955 as the Chief Officers Group and since that time the Chief Officers Association has continued to build upon our foundation to serve and represent the men and women of the LAFD.
Love it or hate it, most of us have to work for a living. So, how can we make work more meaningful? This hour, TED speakers explore our values and motivations when it comes to the workplace.
GOAL 1. To maintain and improve wages, hours, and working conditions for all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 2. To provide improved communications among all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 3. To promote and provide leadership, direction, and counsel for all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 4. To provide a social relationship among all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 5. To establish effective membership participation by developing and implementing a committee structure.
The USC Executive Leadership Program is being offered this summer and is an excellent leadership certificate program for Chief Officers. The course is $4500 and you can use your Executive Development Fund. The program is a one-week course structured to address leadership issues from a senior executive perspective. Covering numerous topic areas in public safety, the program helps strengthen leadership’s cross-functional skills through immersion in key issues and best practices. The program integrates classroom and experiential learning opportunities, with visits to sites where senior leaders can study and observe real-world examples of topics and concepts.
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