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FED Talks: The 2016 Key Executive Leadership Programs Speaker Series

Key Executive Leadership Speaker Series

To engage our current students, alumni, and colleagues, we are proud to present the 2016 Key Executive Leadership Programs Speaker Series "FED Talks." This series offers six sessions in the calendar year, and is a complimentary service to the federal community. 

2016 Scheduled Speakers: FED Talks

Wednesday, September 14, 2016
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW 
Washington, DC 20039

Speaker: John W. Gill, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services; Chief Human Capital Officer

Title: Leadership and Organizational Success

Framework: The Role of Leadership Development in Improving Organizational Success

In December 2015, the President signed a new Executive Order entitled, "Strengthening the Senior Executive Service."  The Order ws the culmination of several months of research, analysis and deliberate engagement by the White House with current members of the SES to understand challenges and solicit ideas for improvement.  

The Order provided some specific mandates on subjects such as succession management, hiring and development.  However, it gave agencies broad latitude on how each chose to bring the Order to life.  All are using it to positively impact their SES corps and, ultimately, to improve their organization's mission success over the long term.  

This FED session will provide insights, through local examples, of how the implementation of the Executive Order in total is being used as a platform for SES leader development.  At the same time it will explore how this "development anchor" can be translated to effective organization change and improvement. 

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Upcoming topics:

  • Leadership & Ethics - Tuesday, October 18
  • Speaking Truth to Power - Nov/Dec TBC

Key Reasons to Attend

  • Provides a stimulating environment for Key current students and alumni, which is conducive for continued intellectual and professional growth.
  • Cultivates professional connections between current students, alumni, faculty and staff.
  • Supplements your Key experience with subject matter relevant to improved leadership in the public sector.
  • Current students and alumni are eligible to receive a certificate of completion for attending at least six seminars within a two year period.
  • Allows the Key Executive Leadership Program to reciprocate the support and serve the public good.

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