We the Partnership

It’s time for the Senate to confirm a permanent OPM director. Here’s why.

The Office of Personnel Management enables employees and agencies to work better. However, a lack of permanent leadership for much of the past decade has hampered OPM’s ability to support the 2 million public servants who work in government. In this post, Partnership President and CEO Max Stier urges the full Senate to act quickly on the nomination of Kiran Ahuja to serve as the agency’s new leader.

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Leading change in uncertain times

The current environment demands more effective change management and change leadership. The Public Service Leadership Model’s “Leading Change” competency includes five key skills that help leaders manage the challenges of conducting the day-to-day work during a global pandemic and presidential transition effectively.

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How to build a results-oriented culture

Federal leaders recognize the importance of moving toward a results-oriented culture, and the Partnership agrees. Our Public Service Leadership Model identifies five key competencies that leaders can develop to continue to achieve results in their workplaces.

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