When agencies are hit with budget cuts, leadership development training initiatives are often the first to go. Without a clear understanding of the positive and measurable mission impact, it’s easy to dismiss leadership development as being too expensive and too time consuming. The result can lead to employees showing up for work to collect a paycheck, without the maximum motivation and engagement to support the accomplishment of their agency’s mission.
Reserve your space now to join Ken Blanchard and other leadership development experts who will share insights on how investing in your agency’s most important asset–people–will re-engage employees and grow great leaders.
Why you need to attend:
- Learn ways you can motivate yourself and others by increasing productivity, enhancing motivation, encouraging creativity, and building loyalty.
- Understand the three inherent needs every disengaged employee requires to get motivated.
- Address generational differences impacting today’s leaders and the next generation in line for those leadership roles, and why this is critical to attracting – and keeping – Generation X, Y, and Millennial employees engaged.
Share Best Practices, Skills, and Ideas with your Colleagues
You’ll also have the opportunity to interact with a panel of your colleagues as they share the leadership training, strategies, and programs that have been successful within their agencies.
- Ken Blanchard, Co-founder, Author – The Ken Blanchard Companies
- Sharon Ridings, National Training Manager – Environmental Protection Agency
- Sioux Thompson, Head of Organization Development and Learning – Board of Governors, Federal Reserve
- Jeff Vargas, Chief Learning Officer – Commodity Futures Trading Commission
- Peter Shelby, Chief Learning Officer – National Reconnaissance Office, Co-Chair – Federal CLO Council
- Naomi Leventhal, Director – Deloitte Consulting
* Register by September 17th and bring a colleague from your agency for half the price. ($174 savings)
For more information, click here or call Christine Simmons at 800-272-3933.