Advanced Human Resources Leaders Program

Advanced Human Resources Leaders Program

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Five Months
October 2024 - February 2025
GS-12 to GS-14
Leaders of teams or projects (GS-12 to G-14) and human resource professionals
Apply by
August 30, 2024

Advanced Human Resources Leaders Program

Our government’s ability to serve the public depends on the strength, expertise and leadership of federal mission-support functions. While this work is usually done behind the scenes, it is imperative to build the leadership attributes of mission-support professionals because of their wide-ranging impact, the interconnectedness of their work and their ability to positively shape strategic decisions. 

The Advanced Human Resources Leaders Program prepares GS-12 to GS-14 federal employees in human resources to become better leaders by focusing on the four core tenets of the Partnership’s Public Service Leadership Model: self-awareness, engaging others, leading change and achieving results. By the end of the course, participants will be able to make values-based decisions, use their roles to build strong partnerships, identify how to drive positive impact within their organizations and demonstrate enhanced leadership attributes.

Experienced instructors will introduce proven leadership techniques, facilitate engaging conversations, and guide activities and workshops on course concepts. Throughout the program, participants will also work on a team of four to seven people to provide and receive peer coaching and feedback on workplace challenges. In addition to time spent in session, participants should plan to spend an average of three to five hours per week working with this group throughout the program.

This program is offered exclusively to members of the Federal Human Capital Collaborative.


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