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The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) predicts that by September 2017 nearly 31 percent of permanent career employees will be eligible to retire, government-wide. This will leave many agencies with an enormous talent gap and the need to prepare new leaders at all levels. What is your agency doing to prepare new leaders for the challenges ahead?The OPM Emerging Leader Program (ELP) is an innovative early intervention in the growth of high potential leaders interested in expanding their capacity for leadership. The program is a blended design that is delivered over a six month period. As a cohort-based program, the ELP supports participants from across government in building strong relationships during the program and beyond.The ELP is composed of the following components. Participants must complete each component to graduate from the program.
The Emerging Leader Program targets Federal employees at the GS-5 to GS-11 grade levels and is a blended design that is delivered over a six month period.