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Stay Invested in Your Development
By Deb Schweikert (LDS P272)


Somewhere along the line the belief emerged that once you were a GS-15 or a member of the Senior Executive Service you no longer needed an Individual Development Plan (IDP). This is not correct! To survive in today’s government, you need to understand your strengths and weaknesses and have a plan for moving forward and learning new skills efficiently. If you fail to do this, you (and your staff) will remain stagnant. To advance in their career, all must have a well-developed understanding of personal competencies and goals. An IDP can provide you with an invaluable tool to reach your development goals. It becomes your roadmap that lays out the steps you can take to reach the level of professional development you seek. 





RSVP Today For FEIAA Holiday Party and Wreath Laying Events
Join Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association (FEIAA) members as we gather to celebrate the end of 2019 and the start of FEIAA’s 50th anniversary festivities in 2020!




Hone Your Leadership Skills By Serving as an FEIAA Board Member
If you value the time you spent at FEI and feel committed to supporting FEI by strengthening and enhancing FEI's ability to provide premier learning and creative development for leaders, then please consider becoming a member of the FEI Alumni Association board. 


It’s Not All about the Coach: How to Receive Peer Coaching Successfully
In previous articles we’ve explored aspects of the coaching relationship, such as the benefits of peer coaching and the most important aspects of coaching. We’ve focused on the skills and motivation of the peer coach, which are important but are only one side of the coaching equation.




Leadership Style Theory
Studies have shown that employees’ perceptions of their leader’s style and the level of support they receive from their manager are important factors that influence their performance.





Executive Leadership Development:
Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Development, Part 3: Self-Expression and Leadership Presence
The second aspect of emotional intelligence is self-expression, which includes three sub elements: emotional expression, assertiveness, and independence.




Fed Corner:
Celebrating Veterans Day
Veterans Day is a Federal holiday (previously known as Armistice Day) observed annually on November 11, not only in the United States but in many other countries around the world. In the United States, it is a day honoring all men and women who have served as military veterans in the U.S. armed forces.




FEI Happenings:
FEI Commencement Speech – LDS 458
November 18 and 19, 2019. Governmentwide SES Orientation Briefing: Being Future Ready— Leading America’s Workforce. Examine the career SES role as the major link between top Presidential appointees and the rest of the Federal workforce...




Wellness News:
Every Bit Counts! Moving to Combat a Sedentary Lifestyle 
It is said that sitting too much is the new smoking. Your body was made to move. Sit less, move more! Research shows that a sedentary lifestyle increases your risk for many chronic health conditions, such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.



FEIAA Happenings:
Save the Date for the 2020 FEIAA Executive Forum
Mark your calendars for the next Executive Forum! It will be held on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at the Marvin Center on the campus of The George Washington University. The Forum Steering Committee is being assembled and is kicking off planning efforts now. 




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