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Still a few seats left! Leading Change in Government – Executive certificate course at Georgetown (Sept 25-27)

As a government executive, you often are tasked with leading change or achieving increased efficiency in your organization. Leading Change in Government, presented by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business on Sept. 25-27, is designed exclusively for government executives and draws on the latest research to equip you with the specific skills and tools needed to develop a comprehensive change strategy and the confidence to apply it in complex organizations.

Coursework includes lectures, classroom discussion, and workshops around practical strategies to help managers and executives keep workforces and their organizations focused on their goals. LCG was developed jointly by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Booz Allen Hamilton, ensuring the integration of theoretical knowledge and practical applications to address government challenges in a meaningful way. The LCG curriculum follows a proven path from foundation to application:

The program covers:

  • Foundation and Fundamentals: Including history of change management and a discussion of business strategy and its importance to change.
  • Change simulation: Looking at the decisions faced by change agents and the situations which tend to arise.
  • Expert practicum: A guest speaker will walk the participants through a significant change initiative that they have led and the leadership process and strategies they engaged.
  • Bodies of knowledge: Leadership; communication; human capital; process and infrastructure; and performance management.

Program Fees and Registration

The program fee is $3,825. To enroll, visit the registration page.
For more information, download the course overview: LeadingChangeInGovernment_Overview.pdf

Contact Us

Georgetown University

Nicaila Matthews

37th and O Streets, NW

Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 474

Washington, D.C. 20057-1223 USA

Tel. +1 202 687 4065

[email protected]

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