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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
How leadership development participants achieve results in government
Participants in our leadership development programs are tasked with tackling a complex issue facing our country and asked to develop, pitch—and in many cases implement—a solution. We explore two recent projects focused on using tech savviness to make health care safer and using evidence-based decision-making to address mental health support for federal employees.
How our 360 assessment helps create better government leaders
The Partnership developed a 360 assessment tool to help leaders better understand how they can improve their leadership skills. As we approach the one-year mark of incorporating the 360 tool into our programming, we reflect on how our assessment can help strengthen government leadership.
What’s next for the Public Service Leadership Model?
The Public Service Leadership Model continues to serve as the standard for effective federal leadership. Two years after its release, we look at where the model has been and what’s ahead.