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2019 FEIAA Executive Forum
December  2018 Summary



Dear FEIAA Members,

We’re excited to share with you the theme of our 2019 FEIAA Executive Forum: “The 2020 Executive Leader: Innovate, Integrate and Motivate with Purpose and Integrity.” The Forum will be held at the Marvin Center, George Washington University on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. We hope you’ll include it in your 2019 calendar.

We’re fortunate to have two FEIAA members, Al Griggs and Angela Pompey joining our Steering Committee this year to plan for this annual leadership development event. We have been meeting online via conference calls biweekly to ensure this coming year’s forum will be another success. If you’re interested in joining us, please let us know via office@feiaa.org.

This year’s theme emerged from many committee’s discussions on what was important to the executive federal leaders as we enter a new decade. We recognized the changing demographics across the U.S. and its impact on our work. Executive leaders of the future must be able to renovate and transform their organization to adapt and strive in the new environment. We also realized the need to address the many different generations represented in our federal workforce. There are experts in the field who could help us understand, value and make the most of the strengths inherent in each group. As we move into a more digitalized work environment, technology is another area that represents both challenges and opportunities for the 2020 executive leaders. Having a diverse and multigenerational team could effectively turn these challenges into opportunities. Successful leaders must have skills to integrate differences and generate trust to motivate people to work toward common purposes. Another area that we had discussed at length was ethics and morale, more specifically, the need to support leaders to uphold highest ethical and moral standards in all circumstances, no matter how challenging it might be.

As you can see, there are many subthemes or key issues embedded in the Forum’s theme that would make it difficult to address them all adequately. Thus, your comments and input are needed so we could focus on those that would be most relevant and significant for you. Please let us hear from you by completing the quick survey using the link below.



Thank you,


KimOanh Nguyen-Lam

2019 Executive Forum Steering Committee Chair

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