In this four-part series, we will unpack each of the skills and identify steps you can take to demonstrate them in your workplace. First is business acumen.
Posts Tagged: ECQs
Many make the mistake of dismissing professional development as a resource for entry-level employees, but NextGen is for everyone.
Let’s talk about how to package your successful change management efforts when you’re called upon to lead change.
Is there a way to practice political savvy and remain true to our ethics and morals? As we encounter situations, we must understand it is not an either/or.
“A lot of training opportunities skew toward technical positions. But that’s only a part of the equation.”
How can you prepare government to lead change? Develop your strategic thinking by learning and experiences to set goals based on the environment and risks.
Explore the OPM’s Executive Core Qualifications and how they can guide your leadership journey.
When I was early in my career I discovered the catch-22 of gaining leadership experience: to be selected for a leadership position I needed to show I already had some previous leadership experience. So I had to get creative to break the cycle and get my feet wet. If you find yourself facing the same situation,Read… Read more »
Last week I was invited to speak to an audience of Canadian government executives about leading in a world of change. I’ve spoken a lot about performance and collaboration in past years, but never specifically about leadership. So this was an opportunity for me to reflect on my experiences and observations over my career inRead… Read more »
If you are going to consider an SES position within the next 5 years, you should begin to think about the ECQS and your experience. What’s your favorite or best ECQ? Consider the these basic tips for thinking about your leadership qualifications and preparing to write the five ECQs. ECQ #1 – Leading Change: ThisRead… Read more »