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Leading Change in Turbulent Times

2018 Executive Forum

Upcoming Events

COFFE Luncheon*
February 26, 2018
This is a FEIAA Partner Event
Speaker: Martin Baron, Editor, Washington Post
Print journalism has been beleaguered from many sides – the increasing availability of digital news, the loss of subscribers, and the attacks by the current administration’s charges of fake news. The Washington Post, however, has been buoyed up by billionaire Jeff Bezos and the appointment of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Martin “Marty” Baron, who became executive editor of The Washington Post in 2013. He oversees print and digital news operations and a staff of about 650 journalists.

This event will be a "conversation" rather than a talk, so when you reply, write the questions/topics you'd like him to discuss.

Fostering Creativity For Innovative Results
March 8, 2018 - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
This event is being presented as a webinar.

In an age of shrinking resources and complex workplaces, today’s federal executives must be able to lead their teams to collaboratively innovate. However, there are multiple challenges to fostering creativity in teams. This webinar will examine how creativity actually works and explain two types of thinking that are crucial to creativity. You will learn simple tools you can use immediately to help you and your team generate new ideas and evaluate the best ones for implementation.

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Leading Change in Turbulent Times
April 19, 2018 - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST
This event is being presented as a webinar.

In no other period in the history of the United States has it been more important for government leaders to adopt and employ effective leadership and change management skills. In the past few years chaotic change has become the norm of the day. Today’s government leader faces rapid and fundamental changes through such things as a downsized work force, ever-changing information technology, reduced budgets, competitive outsourcing, and other pressures to “do more with less”. Government leaders are challenged to employ the most effective leadership and change management skills they can. This webinar is designed to take the mystique out of the complexities of individual and organizational transformational change. This webinar will offer historically sound and cutting-edge theories and ideas about individual and organizational transformational change.

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Executive Forum 2018
May 16, 2018

FEIAA and its co-sponsors, the Federal Executive Institute and Hooks Book Events, have developed an exciting Executive Forum for 2018. It will be held at The Marvin Center on the campus of The George Washington University on May 16, 2018. The theme for the Forum is Dynamic Leadership for Challenging Times. 

The U.S. Marine Corps, America’s Force-in-Readiness, defines dynamic leadership as a dual-focused form of adaptive leadership that allows leaders to proactively respond to change. Such leaders employ a fluid style of leadership adapted to the people being led and the circumstances in which they operate. The requirement for such proficiency, agility, and rapidity is no longer restricted solely to the nation’s expeditionary forces. 

In times that are turbulent, dynamic leadership is required of all government leaders. It is a critical competency for those at the forefront of public service; for those who must maneuver through an ever-changing environment, marked by increasing demands, insufficient staffs, and decreasing resources, to achieve their organization’s mission. During the Executive Forum you will study the skills and strategies of dynamic leadership, and learn how to boldly lead others to confront the unpredictable and unprecedented challenges ahead.

Our presenters will provide tools, techniques, stories, and case studies to help you become a more dynamic leader as you face both the short and long-term challenges of your job.

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Can we all just get along? Working in a toxic environment.

This course is being presented as a webinar. 

The goal of this webinar is to focus on transforming people and relationships.  It is designed to clarify cultural differences and address diversity challenges -- Embracing conflict resolution as a means for institutional growth and team productivity.  Webinar objectives are:

  • Identifying Strategies to resolve conflict in a toxic environment 
  • Addressing what can you do when the leader is the elephant in the room
  • Resolving the situation when a co-worker is a challenge to TEAM productivity 
  • Determining what to do when you don’t have clarity in a disruptive workplace

Take away: Free eBook on Team Building




*NOTE: COFFE luncheons are held at the Holiday Inn Westpark, 1900 N. Fort Myer Drive, Rosslyn, VA. The luncheon cost is $25. To register, send an email by 11 a.m. the Friday before the program to ellenwormser@gmail.com. Also, see the COFFE website at www.coffe-dc.org.

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