Homeland security. Energy independence. Health care.
Globalization. Every day, our federal workforce must address a daunting set of problems that face our nation.
To deliver solutions that the times demand, our government needs a new generation of leaders who are more than managers—they must be innovators whose creativity in problem-solving stands up to the complexity of 21st century challenges.
The Partnership for Public Service's Center for Government Leadership prepares federal leaders to solve national challenges by driving innovation, inspiring employees and delivering results.
The Excellence in Government Fellows program strengthens the leadership skills of GS-14 and GS-15 (and exceptional GS-13) employees through a proven combination of innovative coursework, best practices benchmarking, challenging action-learning projects, executive coaching and government-wide networking.
With a focus on the practical application of classroom lessons, our one-day and two-day Annenberg Leadership Seminars develop participants' leadership skills and help federal agencies build the long-term, in-house capacity to innovate and solve management problems.
Seminar topics for 2012 include: Motivating and Leading People, Driving Innovation, Leading From Your Level, Leading with Less and Developing Your Whole Team: Success for High and Low Performers.
We partner with agencies to develop custom programs ranging from half-day seminars to year-long intensive programs that meet their unique leadership development needs.
The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize our federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works.