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Rocky Mountain Executive Leadership Academy: January-September 2022


Rocky Mountain Executive Leadership Academy: January-September 2022

January - September 2022 | Cost $6000

Online registration is required

*** = Payment is required upon registration via credit card (personal or government purchase card). Unpaid registrations will not be maintained in the CFEB registration system. Cost is for tuition and class materials only. Any travel, per diem or additional costs will be provided by the participant or their organization.

The best leaders embody competencies and behaviors consistent with their unique individual traits yet can adapt such traits based on the needs of others and the organization. Attaining knowledge of these traits and aspiring to highly effective levels of leadership requires an essential first step of developing keen self-awareness. This program will work to aid participants in creating heightened self-awareness and leverage their natural strengths and helps them find ways to address their developmental areas in a positive, productive way. From that position, high performing leaders are challenged with working smarter to balance the demands of employees and management, empowering staff, prioritizing the urgent and leveraging knowledge and technology to facilitate innovation to more effectively deal with modern issues. Thus, a deeper dive is taken in this program as to putting knowledge into action. In-depth focus is given to areas such as program service delivery, financial understanding, talent management, communication and influence skills, ethics, decision making and developing professional presence.
Ongoing coaching and project development planning is offered to serve as a springboard for implementing new-found knowledge and action plans back on the job.

This is a nine-month program, with four 3-day in-person sessions. Team projects and personal achievements are required for graduation. Please seriously consider if you and your organization can commit to a nine month program. In the event of a continued stay-at-home (safer-at-home) directive, in-person sessions will be conducted virtually. Reserve your spot now.

Program Objectives:
 Understand the competencies and behaviors related to high performance leadership
 Focus on the fundamental roles, styles and traits of leaders
 Analyze the key components to heightened self-awareness
 Learn the modern roles, responsibilities and challenges of directing others
 Assess the shifts and changes in the current organizational/business landscape
 Develop knowledge related to financial understanding and analysis
 Analyze innovative approaches to problem solving, communication, and decision making given current challenges
 Identify personal leadership strengths/opportunities for demonstrating professional presence
 Review and select “next actions” from a fully developed project presentation that demonstrates leadership skills
 Utilize ongoing coaching as a tool for implementation of plans back on the job

Who Should Attend:
 Newly appointed or recently promoted senior leaders who seek to enhance their overall effectiveness and performance. Existing leaders at senior levels who want to sharpen their existing skillset. Executive leaders from the federal (GS-14/15), military (O-4/6, E-8/9), state (director level), tribal and local sectors are eligible to apply.

RMELA Class Dates:

Month 1   January 24-26   In-Person
Month 2   February 15       Virtual half-day
Month 3   March 21-23      In-Person
Month 4   April 12              Virtual half-day
Month 5   May 23-25         In-Person
Month 6   June 21             Virtual half-day
Month 7   August 1-3         In-Person
Graduation   September 9, 2022

INSTRUCTORS | Transformation Partners | https://transformationpartnersllc.com/our-team/

CFEB Class Policies:

  1. There are NO refunds, unless under emergency conditions or deployment in support of Federal Government activities. Paid registrants can have another employee attend in their place or can request to attend another class session at a later date (only one transfer will be permitted). Notification must be made to the CFEB office NLT one (1) day prior to start of class.
  2. If the in-person sessions are held virtually, paid registrants are required to video in or call in to the provided platform in order to attend the class session.
  3. Platform links and information will be provided to paid registrants 2-3 days prior to start of the class session (if required).

CFEB CONTACT | Fred Eidson |fred.eidson@gsa.gov

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.