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Exploring the Culture of Innovation and Teamwork at the Mayo Clinic: Executive Leadership Lessons

27-29 August 2019, Rochester, MN 

The other Footsteps course being offered in 2019 is with the Mayo Clinic.  This is an exciting opportunity to go behind the scenes at The Mayo Clinic with to personally engage with innovators, researchers, and world renowned thought leaders. Class participants will take a historical walk in the footsteps of two famous brothers and outstanding surgeons, Doctors William and Charles Mayo, to discover how they envisioned and created a learning community that has become one of the finest destination medical centers in the world.

This course will help members grow an innovative mindset, and apply this innovative mindset and creative problem solving process to a current challenge resulting in a comprehensive strategy and plan.  We will also explore and understand team dynamics as it relates to the creative problem solving process and explore how to build and lead high impact, effective teams. 

Tuition is $3500. Lodging and airfare are not included, but a group of rooms will be available at the government rate. Several meals are included. 

Registration link is available here: https://leadership.opm.gov/programs.aspx?course=287 or contact FEI at feiregistrar@opm.gov or call: 434-980-6232


Upcoming FEI Footsteps classes - For FEIAA Newsletter – Feb 2019

FEI is excited to be offering two unique programs this year for continuing professional leadership development. Both of them are great opportunities to get out of the classroom and expand your perspective while also focusing on your own wellness to help develop your leadership capacity. 

This year’s courses will explore resilience and recent events in Charlottesville and how to build a culture of innovation and teamwork like they have at the Mayo Clinic. Our Footsteps classes are open to not only Leadership for a Democratic Society Alumni, but also to former facilitators, and any GS-15 and SES Executive.  If you have already been through the Leadership for a Democratic Society Program, this is a great chance to have an LDT reunion. If you haven’t been through LDS, this is a great chance to see what the Center for Leadership Development has to offer.


We would love to see you at these courses this year and have you join us to “walk in the footsteps” of leaders who struggled mightily to lead in the past, as well as those who are doing so today. 

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