Emerging HR Leaders Forum

Emerging HR Leaders Forum

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Virtual, Washington, D.C.
19 total hours | 6 months
January–June 2023
GS-9 to GS-12
federal employees

For more information, contact: Ethan Carr [email protected] (202) 495–7189

Emerging HR Leaders Forum

The federal HR workforce plays a critical role in bringing the most talented people into government and ensuring they have what they need to succeed. Agencies must invest in the next generation of HR employees to secure the strength of their workforce.

The Emerging HR Leaders program is a professional development opportunity for HR employees early in their federal careers. Participants develop the foundational knowledge and the professional network necessary to navigate their federal HR careers and maximize their impact in government.

Throughout this six-month program, participants engage in professional development activities and learn from subject matter experts. The sessions emphasize conversation and application to ensure participants understand concepts fully and are capable of using the skills and knowledge they acquire.

After graduation, emerging HR leaders build on the connections they developed by joining the Partnership’s Leadership Alumni Network. Multiple cohorts of the program graduate each year, providing them with an ever-growing network of federal HR professionals to engage with and learn from.

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We at the Partnership for Public Service remain fully committed to our nonprofit, nonpartisan mission. We also remain fully committed to your professional development. To help you achieve your agency’s mission and grow your skills as the pandemic situation evolves, you will be able to attend the winter 2023 EHRL program virtually or in person. Both formats will be delivered by highly experienced facilitators who use research-supported methods to help participants learn and expand their skill sets.

We ask that you make the choice to attend either in-person or virtually so we can create cohorts accordingly and allow you to remain with your group for the duration of the program. Please note that participants will not be permitted to switch between both options during the program.