Introducing the Public Service Leadership Institute
On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 110 attendees celebrated the launch of the Public Service Leadership Institute at the Partnership’s Washington, D.C., office. The kickoff event included a panel discussion featuring current and former government leaders.
5 tips to help you better navigate your agency and build your career
One of the modules covered in the Partnership’s Preparing to Lead program for GS-7 to GS-11 federal employees is Navigating Structures. A facilitator in the course shares five helpful tips for successfully working in and across your organization.
As a leader, are you actively listening? Five quick tips to make sure you are
When you actively listen, you take in the whole picture of a conversation and doing so can help you build connections with others, whether they are direct reports or your own supervisor. In a recent training for supervisors, we shared tips and resources to help improve your active listening.
Listening practices and a TED Talk to help you practice
Andrew Marshall, the Partnership’s vice president for leadership development, shares three tips to help you improve your active listening skills and hold better conversations.
Coming soon: The Public Service Leadership Institute
Today’s public service leaders need to rally behind a single leadership standard, develop essential leadership skills together and recommit to their constitutional oath. That is why the Partnership is creating the Public Service Leadership Institute, the preeminent source for public service leadership perspectives, programs and policies.
What makes a public service leader? Tune in to the latest Profiles in Public Service podcast.
On a new “Profiles in Public Service” episode, Washington Post journalist Lillian Cunningham joins the podcast for a conversation on how to lead in government during normal times and times of crisis, as well as why the study of public service leadership is critical for our nation’s public servants.
Jedi-level listening and the importance of asking ‘what’ questions
Andrew Marshall, the Partnership’s vice president for leadership development, discusses the importance of being curious, asking “what” questions and then actually listening.
The importance of remaining vigilant as a leader
Andrew Marshall, the Partnership’s vice president of leadership development, reflects on the importance of remaining vigilant in an ever-changing environment, inspired by a recent experience he had while rafting with his family.
Why Preparing to Lead will help advance your career: Perspectives from an instructor
Preparing to Lead is the premier leadership and professional development program for GS-7 to GS-11 federal employees. Parker Schaffel, one of the lead instructors for the program, shares his perspectives on why the course is an exceptional professional development opportunity for federal employees looking to grow into better leaders at their agencies.
How to maximize your 360 assessment experience
360 assessments are critical tools to help leaders understand their performance. However, receiving a significant amount of feedback from others can be overwhelming.