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  • #76070

    Henry Brown
    Participant

    As Director Berry says “results will be more meaningful the more people taking the survey

    from the Director of OPM

    http://www.chcoc.gov/Transmittals/TransmittalDetails.aspx?TransmittalId=2406

    MEMORANDUM FOR CHIEF HUMAN CAPITAL OFFICERS

    FROM: John Berry Director

    Subject: Senior Executive Association Survey for GS-14 and GS-15 Employees

    As you know, this week marks the 30th Anniversary of the creation of the Senior Executive Service (SES), the cadre of senior civil service leaders responsible for achieving their agencies’ results and creating high-performing organizations through effective leadership of the men and women who serve our Nation through federal employment.

    The Senior Executive Association (SEA) has informed me of a number of special events they are organizing to mark the Anniversary. As you know, the SEA is a professional organization dedicated to representing members of the SES. As part of its celebrations, the SEA is launching a governmentwide survey on July 17, 2009 to assess current GS-14 and GS-15 managers and supervisors’ perspectives on serving at the highest level of their organizations. The survey can be accessed at the SEA website, http://www.seniorexecs.org/ The survey results will be more meaningful if notice of the survey is widely distributed to your GS-14 and GS-15 employees and participation is encouraged.

    Should you have any questions concerning the survey, please contact the SEA at (202) 927-7000.

  • #76076

    K. Scott Derrick
    Participant

    Henry,

    Thank you for helping to spread the word about the SEA survey. Since the survey was launched on Friday, SEA has already received over 700 responses!

  • #76074

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    Cool. Will fill out.

  • #76072

    K. Scott Derrick
    Participant

    Henry,

    Thanks again for posting information about the SEA survey that was launched last Friday. Good news: Now over 2,700 people have already responded to the survey!

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