Leadership Development Programs and ecq-based Readings



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Course Descriptions by ECQ



ECQ 1: Leading Change


This core qualification involves the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals. Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to establish an organizational vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment.

American University




Key Executive Leadership Certificate Program


Based on the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) developed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Key Executive Leadership Certificate is an eight course program designed to provide substantive knowledge and to increase leadership capacity. Each course is tied to the five Executive Core Qualifications for the Senior Executive Service as defined by the Office of Personnel Management. For more information about the Key Executive Leadership Certificate Program visit the program’s website or read the program’s brochure.

Courses: For course descriptions, click here.

Dates: For the 2013-2014 Fall Certificate Program Schedule, click here.

Location: American University (Washington, DC)

Cost: $18,200 per student

Apply: To apply for Spring 2013-Fall 2013 program, click here
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Council of the Inspectors General and American University's Leadership Development Program

The Leadership Development Program has two separate elements. One pertains to New Leaders, GS-13 or GS-14 who have not had formal leadership opportunities, and Experienced Leaders, long time GS-14 or GS-15 leaders who may or may have had formal leadership development opportunities. Each element is scheduled for two weeks with a break between the first and second week to enable participants to apply what they have learned and then reconvene to discuss their experiences. For course descriptions and more information about this program, click here.


New Leader:

Dates: Session 21: October 7-11 2013 & November 18-22, 2013

Session 22: January 13-17 2014 & February 10-14, 2014



Location: American University Watkins Building
Cost: $3,000

Register: To register for this program, click here.
Experienced Leader:

Dates: Session 14: July 26 – August 2, 2013 & September 23-27, 2013

Session 15: November 1-8, 2013 & December 9-13, 2013

Location: American University Watkins Building

Cost: $3,000

Register: To register for this program, click here.
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Brookings Institution

Executive Leadership for America


In this course, you will work with stimulating thinkers and strategic development experts to build on your tried-and-true leadership qualities, and push yourself to develop fresh insights and approaches. Learn to confront the challenges that come with your high-level responsibilities and find time to reflect on what it takes to make a difference at the top of public service organizations. For more information about this program, click here.

Dates: September 22-27, 2013

Location: Boar’s Head in Charlottesville, VA

Cost: $5,750

Point of Contact: Katherine Rowbotham Phone: 202.797.6166 Email: krowbotham@brookings.edu
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Inspiring Creativity in Organizations


In a rapidly changing world, the ability to constantly refresh existing approaches through new ideas and continuously improve processes and practices are indispensable leadership qualities. Leaders who have mastered the skills of creative thinking—and who can foster those skills in others—are in a position to add tremendous value to their organizations. For information about this program, click here.
Dates: October 23-24, 2013

Location: Brookings Institution (Washington DC)

Cost: $1,895

Point of Contact: Alexis-Clair Roehrich Phone: 202.797.284 Email: aroehrich@brookings.edu

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Resilience in Leadership


In this highly interactive, skills-based program, you will learn how to capitalize on your existing resilience and bolster any areas of weakness. You will identify your own thinking styles and how they may be helping or hurting your performance. And you will learn a series of practical skills that will help you think more flexibly and accurately, for improved resilience and success. For more information about this program, click here.

Dates: October 16-17, 2013

Location: Brookings Institution (Washington DC)

Cost: $1,895

Point of Contact: Alexis-Clair Roehrich Phone: 202.797.284 Email: aroehrich@brookings.edu
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Strategic Thinking: Driving Long-Term Success


This course on strategic thinking introduces the topic and helps you proactively manage your organization for long-term success. The program establishes a framework for strategic thinking and provides you with an opportunity to practice new strategies not only with respect to various case scenarios, but also with respect to your own agency. By the end of the two-day program, participants will possess fundamental tools and frameworks and will practice using them so they can be applied immediately in their workplaces. For more information about and to register for this program, click here.

Dates: October 22-23, 2013

Location: Brookings Institution (Washington DC)

Cost: $1,895

Point of Contact: Alexis-Clair Roehrich Phone: 202.797.284 Email: aroehrich@brookings.edu
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Flexibility and Decisiveness


In a complex global environment, leaders need to consider multiple perspectives simultaneously and avoid paralysis by analysis. In this new class, you will learn how to adapt and work effectively within dynamic change, to see possibilities that lead to breakthrough concepts, and to employ models of decision making appropriate to the situation at hand. For more information about the program, click here.
Dates: September 11-12, 2013

Location: Brookings Institution (Washington DC)

Cost: $1,895

Point of Contact: Alexis-Clair Roehrich Phone: 202.797.284 Email: aroehrich@brookings.edu

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Vision and Leading Change


This course will explore two objectives. First, it investigates how leaders can develop a vision and communicate it to create and sustain a positive workplace. Developing a vision statement requires it to fit within the mission and values of the organization as well as lead to a tangible strategy and set of strategic initiatives. The vision statement is a bridge between an organization's mission and its strategy. Second, the course examines specific methodologies and provides practical tools for leading change in complex organizations. Developing a vision statement, strategy, and set of strategic initiatives is a social enterprise. Vision and Leading Change will explore how you can lead such a social enterprise with special attention paid to using current information technologies. For more information about and to register for this program, click here.
Dates: March 11-12, 2014

Location: Brookings Institution (Washington DC)

Cost: $1,895

Point of Contact: Alexis-Clair Roehrich Phone: 202.797.284 Email: aroehrich@brookings.edu
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