Training for Public Leaders
Management Education Group, Inc. offers a variety of customized workshops for public-sector executives and managers. To schedule a workshop, or to discuss a custom designed workshop, call or email us at 480.705.9394 or email@example.com.
Painless Performance Management: A Practical Approach to Managing Day-to-Day Employee Performance
Painless Performance Conversations: A Practical Approach to Critical Day-to-Day Workplace Discussions
- Eliminate the pain and fear that leads to procrastination of tough workplace conversations
- Reduce the harmful impacts of judgment in performance conversations
- Create a culture of ownership and accountability in the workplace
Presenting four critical mind-sets and an easy to use conversation model, Painless Performance Conversations offer the tangible solutions you need to tackle your most critical workplace discussions with confidence.
Develop Your Organizational Talent: Lead the Workforce of the Future
A Hands-on Academy: The Art and Practice of Public Leadership
The Art and Practice of Public Leadership is more than a training program. To successfully implement the effort, the organization’s top leaders must be committed to the design and delivery of the curriculum. Our experienced consultants work with your organization’s top executives to design a curriculum that includes organization-specific examples and case studies. Once the agenda is agreed upon, a comprehensive candidate selection process is designed so that it supports the organization’s succession planning efforts.
The delivery of the Art and Practice of Public Leadership can be tailored to the organization’s needs. Some organizations implement the program by offering workshops weekly and others choose to hold workshops monthly. However the schedule is arranged, the content of the program focuses on practical, thought-provoking, and challenging concepts that apply to the real life experience of a public leader. Typically, the Art and Practice of Public Leadership content includes a multi-rater feedback process, individual development planning, action learning through an organization-specific project, and a variety of subjects including risk taking, collaboration, and political savvy.