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Schedule at a Glance

Management Development 1: Leading from the Middle

Schedule

  • Mar 21-25, 2022 at *ONLINE*, online course, Tuition: $5120  (#25839)   REGISTER
    Synchronous sessions will begin at 8:30am Central Time and end no later than 5:00pm Central Time (this includes breaks and some team-work time)
  • May 9-13, 2022 at *ONLINE*, online course, Tuition: $5120  (#25840)   REGISTER
    Synchronous sessions will begin at 8:30am Pacific Time and end no later than 5:00pm Pacific Time (this includes breaks and some team-work time)
  • Jul 25-29, 2022 at *ONLINE*, online course, Tuition: $5120  (#25841)   REGISTER
    Synchronous sessions will begin at 8:30am Central Time and end no later than 5:00pm Central Time (this includes breaks and some team-work time)
  • Aug 29-Sep 2, 2022 at *ONLINE*, online course, Tuition: $5120  (#25842)   REGISTER
    Synchronous sessions will begin at 8:30am Central Time and end no later than 5:00pm Central Time (this includes breaks and some team-work time)

Overview

As a key leader in your organization, you are uniquely positioned to ensure your agency fulfills its mission. Your challenges are complex and your leadership is integral to your organization's success. You have a great deal of responsibility for government productivity and performance, especially if you oversee groups and programs.

This course is that vital next step in your development, whether a new middle manager or experienced first-line supervisor. Developing management competencies is an excellent investment in your – and your agency’s - future achievements. You’ll study essential management competencies to help you think more critically, communicate more effectively, and set you up for a success career.

How You Will Benefit

Through individual assessments, readings, small-group activities, real-world experiences, and class discussions, you’ll improve existing skills and develop new abilities and techniques, including:

  • Solving a real management challenge through a small group action learning process.
  • Building peer networks across federal agencies to maximize relationships and resources.
  • Learning new ways to develop and deploy your staff.
  • Increasing your self-knowledge and leadership capacity through critical thinking, exploring strengths theory, and examining change models.

Who Should Attend

  • Managers recently promoted to second-line supervision.
  • Experienced first-line supervisors seeking to update their management skills and knowledge.