Leadership Development Programs
LDP Class of 2016:
Chuck Swanson-EPA, Jamie Marincola-EPA, Philip Kum-EPA, Alayna Williams-GSA, Demetria Manuselis-DOL, Demetria Summers-GSA and Matt Yttrup-GSA
SFFEB Sponsors Three Leadership Development Programs
1) Intergovernmental Management Training Program
Applications Open Now – Due June 1, 2018
For Team Leaders and Managers with 3-5 years experience – SFFEB Co-Sponsor
IGMT is 50 years young! Please help us celebrate the 50th year of IGMT by sending your best and brightest leaders to this milestone year!
Please email all applications to me no later than June 1st. The program dates for the upcoming year are:
- August 30-31, 2018
- October 18-19, 2018
- December 6-7, 2018
- January 17-18, 2019
- March 28-29, 2019
- May 30-31, 2019
For more information, visit us at http://igmtp.org/. Thanks very much for your past and future participation in IGMT! Help spread the word and send this to your colleagues across all jurisdictions.
Lisa Crowe, Program Administrator
Department of Business Oversight
1515 K Street, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916·324·6623 Email: email@example.com
2) SFFEB’s Leadership Development
For Staff at GS 11-13 or equivalent
Info Flyer: LDP Overview 2018
Applications will be Uploaded Summer 2018
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a program developed by the SFFEB competency-based program that provides training and developmental experiences for high-potential GS11-13s and prepares them for leadership positions in the Federal government. It holds special significance for employees who need to complement their technical expertise with professional leadership knowledge, skills, and experience. A structure has been designed for program participants to acquire or build on the competencies needed to become successful Federal leaders.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Coro Northern California as our Program Director. Coro Northern California is a nonprofit organization that focuses on training collaborative leaders who can tackle pressing public problems. Our training aims to prepare you to take risks, disrupt old patterns, and make way for new ways of thinking, doing, and leading.
The goals of the Leadership Development Program are to:
•Prepare participants for senior leadership positions within the Federal government
•Assess and develop members’ aptitude and capabilities about the Executive CoreQualifications through a variety of experiential training methods
•Enable participants to work with Federal agencies to identify and solve real organizational problems
•Expose participants to leadership and management best practices of both governmental and non-governmental organization
3) OPM’s Presidential Management Council Rotational Development Program
Focus on GS 13-15 or equivalent
Program Runs April – September, Applications will be Uploaded Fall 2018
Developing future leaders is an important aspect of agency management. With that in mind, SFFEB is excited to share information about an initiative led by the President’s Management Council (PMC). This program matches high-potential GS 13-15s with six-month interagency rotational assignments that enable emerging Federal leaders to expand their management skills, broaden their organizational experience, and foster networks they can leverage in the future.
Please encourage high-potential GS 13-15s within your agency to participate in a rotation, with the concurrence of their immediate supervisor and component management, and encourage managers to host a PMC Rotations Fellow. During a time of limited resources, releasing a top performer for six months is a difficult decision. This is a chance to offer high-potential staff members an exceptional learning experience. You may also want to consider hosting one of the program’s participants.
PMC Rotations will be from April 3, 2017 – September 29, 2017. We appreciate your support for this effort. If you have questions, please contact: Sara Russell, 415-625-7723
Downloads below include a brief program overview with additional details and a recently released memorandum from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management encouraging our participation.