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The Aspiring Leader Development Program (ALDP) serves as a foundational development program for aspiring leaders.
Leadership Revolution Participant Feedback Check out what participants are saying about the Leadership Revolution: “I have appreciated the L-REV. Learning new things and meeting new people in the Service has been phenomenal. Especially, in the time of Covid. I have made some friends and we have vowed to stay in touch after the training is
Did you know? Performance plans for supervisors/managers must include the Mandatory Supervisory/Managerial Critical Element #1, which addresses the level of performance expected for carrying out supervisory duties. This helps outline your role as a supervisor, holds you to a standard of supervision, and helps get you credit for the work you do leading your team.
This framework helps you develop your skills as a supervisor and manager - whether you're already in the role or hope to be someday.
Learn more about the training requirements for new supervisors.
Learn more about the new NPS leadership program, Leadership Revolution; this opportunity is open to all employees in Interior Regions 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
Want to experience what the new program Leadership Revolution (L-REV) has to offer? Immerse yourself in some of the content with these leadership tutorials.
Remember the Tina Turner song, “We Don’t Need Another Hero”? Well, apparently there’s some truth to that song title. Learn more in this TED Talk.
The GOAL Academy encompasses an impressive 16 of the 28 leadership competencies within 5 of the 6 Executive Core Qualifications (ECQ). Learn which 16 here.
Interested in the GOAL Academy program? Read some of the feedback GOALies and their colleagues and supervisors are saying about the program.
Interested in the GOAL Academy? This article provides an overview of GOAL Academy eligibility requirements and enrollment procedures.
The Federal Executive Institute (FEI) helps senior government leaders improve the performance of their organizations.
Working hard and not improving? Learn the reason why you may be feeling stuck and techniques for how to get better at the things you want to improve.
How do you sort between truth and deception? In this TED Talk, Pamela Meyer reveals clues that can help you detect deceit and have more honest encounters.
In this HBR article, John Beshears and Francesca Gino explain that we can encourage good decision making by changing the environment in which they're made.
Why do failure and rejection stay in our minds longer than success? In this TED Talk, Alison Ledgerwood explains—and reveals ways to find the bright side.
In this Harvard Business Review article by Amantha Imber, the host of the How I Work podcast, explore 5 tips that will help you convey your ideas more clearly and with greater impact to the world.
Social psychologist Amy Cuddy explains the mind-body connection of non-verbal behavior & how body language can influence how your life unfolds.
Learn the 5 NPS core values, understand why different values exist for different organizations, and recognize how core values are distinct drivers of organizational culture.
Learn the top ten ways to rethink, redefine, and recreate solutions that empower the spirit of innovation.
In this Forbes article, author & serial entrepreneur Patrick Hull distills what he has learned about creating & maintaining partnerships into 5 key lessons.
This video discusses how our thoughts, positive and negative, shape our lives and determine the levels of our success and happiness in our lives.
In this resource, IDEO U explains the purpose of brainstorming and provides instructions for running a brainstorming session, plus much more!
Are you stuck in a rut? Feeling bound by your routines and the everyday norm? In this TED Talk, Matt Cutts, a Technologist, delivers a lighthearted call to action, a new way to look at life and challenge yourself to seek out the unfamiliar.
In this resource, you will learn to identify the 28 competencies of a successful leader; comprehend how proficiency levels encourage personal development; and recognize the connection between competency-based leadership and organizational success.