Leading People is a three-day course designed for high-potential managers and executives. The curriculum reviews elements of leadership excellence, how to maximize performance, and how to identify and leverage your leadership strengths. Learners also examine trust and integrity as the foundations for leadership. Specific topics include characteristics of great leaders, teams and organizations, purpose centered leadership, leadership principles and pitfalls, creating expectations for excellence, and how to create an environment that supports diversity and inclusion.
This highly interactive seminar will help you develop insight into critical leadership behaviors and how to adapt them to the needs of your organization. The training focuses on the Executive Core Qualification (ECQ), Leading People and the fundamental leadership competencies. During the seminar, you will examine trust and integrity as the foundations for leadership while learning to maximize performance. Explore the dynamics of team leadership and how to create a "Culture of Greatness," through coaching and empowerment.
Individuals at the GS 13-15 levels, participants in Agency Candidate Development Programs and SES members seeking additional or refresher training.
This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:
2. In-Person Classroom
The Executive Potential Program (EPP) is a 12-month competency-based leadership development program that provides training and developmental experiences for high-potential executives at the GS 13-15 levels or equivalent. The program theme is "Leading Change."
The Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is a nine-month competency-based leadership development program that provides training and developmental experiences for mid-level employees at the GS 11-13 levels or equivalent. The program theme is "Leading People."
The Aspiring Leaders Program (ALP) is a two-month program designed to prepare employees up to GS 6 levels (or equivalent industry professionals) for a foundational understanding of leadership competencies. The program theme is “Leadership Foundations.”