GW-CEPL's Senior Leader Program
Dear GW-CEPL Alumni and Friends,

Do you want to be a senior executive leader for the 21st century? Are you preparing for the Senior Executive Service (SES)? GW-CEPL's   Senior Leader Program covers the Office of Personnel Management’s  Executive Core Qualifications   and meets the required 80-hour inter-agency training, focusing specifically on higher-level competencies. 

The opportunity allows you the following:
  • Learn from faculty and speakers with real-world, practical application
  • Learn about common and emerging leadership and management issues
  • Develop strategies for effective change
  • Network with senior leaders across agencies

Our next residential summer session is scheduled for June 6-15 . Register today to advance yourself in your career while meeting the pressing objectives of your agency and the people you serve.  
Target Audience:  Federal GS 14-15s and comparable levels in military, state or local 

Dates: June 6-15, 2018 (residential); November 13-20, 2018 (residential); October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, November 1-2, 2018 (nonresidential: Thursday/Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

Tuition: $8,950/person (residential); $7,100/person (nonresidential)
*We offer a 10% discount for GW-CEPL alumni and groups of 5 or more.
Dr. Ronald Sanders , Senior Fellow at GW-CEPL and V ice President   at Booz Allen Hamilton, is the lead editor for  " Building A 21st Century SES ." He   discussed the role of SES members with Government Matters. Read and listen to Dr. Sanders discuss "What it means to be SES amid reorganization" on   Government Matters .
Dr. Ronald Sanders , Senior Fellow, GW-CEPL
Here's what our alumni have to say :  

I looked at different programs that provided instruction of the Office of Personnel Management’s Executive Core Qualifications and that offered qualities to folks who have senior leadership potential. After looking at several programs, I was pleasantly surprised at how succinct and well-run the Senior Leader Program at GW-CEPL was.  The reputation of the University as well as the proximity to my work and family added to the decision.  I am also an alumnus of GW.

~ Carmelo Melendez , Program Office Director of the Office of Legacy Management, U.S. Department of Energy
As always, please don't hesitate to contact Ina Gjikondi via email: or phone: 202-994-5313 with any questions. We enjoy hearing from you! 
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