Mosserton Fire & Rescue (Case Study Exercise)

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Mosserton Fire & Rescue (Case Study Exercise)

Middle Manager

Cost available on request

The context is a fictitious Fire & Rescue Service.


Exercise Timings

Instructions: 5 minutes
Case Study: 65 minutes

Performance in this exercise is measured against the Leadership Qualities: Personal Impact, Outstanding Leadership, Service Delivery, Organisational Effectiveness


The Candidate assumes the role of a generic Middle Manager in a fictitious Fire & Rescue Service. They have recently been seconded to a Special Project Team comprising uniformed and non-uniformed staff re-deployed from other departments. The Project team has a focus on risk prevention related to specific demographic groups.  A recent Impact Assessment suggests that the Special Project Team is under-performing. Using the data provided, the candidate’s role is to determine what the key problem areas might be, potential reasons for, and plan how to implement change and sustain improvement.

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