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"It invigorated me, allowed me to interact and learn from my peers and others, refocused me and taught me valuable skills that I can take back to the office to make my staff and me better, more effective public servants."
For public sector leaders seeking senior manager or Senior Executive Service (SES) positions in their agencies, it is critical to demonstrate competence and confidence as a Federal leader. This interactive course tests leaders' abilities and reinforces specific skills required of top leadership in Government today. This course uses the Challenge, Context, Action and Results (CCAR) model to help you develop a personal strategy for effectively communicating your abilities as a high-level public sector leader.
Public service leaders who are looking into move into senior manager or Senior Executive Services (SES) positions and want to determine their readiness for these high-level leadership roles.
This course meets one of the requirements for the Executive level of the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate program. For more information go to the LEAD certificate page.
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Unless the course is listed as RESIDENTIAL, lodging and meals are not included in the tuition.