Aspiring executives can now develop the thinking and behaviors needed for senior level success.
“Highly recommended for career development, by far one of the best management programs I have attended in 31 years of government service. You will not be disappointed if you enroll in this program.” – BEE Executive Fellows Participant
Prepare yourself for senior leadership positions in your agency by becoming a Brookings Executive Education (BEE) Executive Fellow, a unique “customizable cohort” learning experience. As a BEE Executive Fellow you will attend five cohort courses that ground you in BEE’s research based, award winning paradigm for executive success: Leading Thinking®.
Executive Fellows start the 12 month program (20 course days) with an assessment and feedback session. A 360-degree leadership assessment based on the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) ECQs Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) will provide a baseline from which to assess strengths and learning opportunities. In addition to the cohort courses, Fellows’ will receive vouchers to attend other BEE competency-focused leadership courses to close any perceived leadership gaps or specific knowledge, skills, and behaviors you want to develop.
•Experience an hour feedback session with an executive coach who has recently retired from the Senior Executive Service.
•Benefit from the close relationships developed with other fellows in the cohort courses and
•Expand your networks further by interacting with the entire BEE learning community in open enrollment courses.
•Receive the BEE Certificate in Public Leadership – a unique credential that advances and recognizes the leadership of government managers and executives.
FY18 Cohort Courses
October 11-12, 2017: Leading Change
January 9-10, 2018: Strategic and Critical Thinking
March 21-22, 2018: Leading Through Influence
June 5–6, 2018: Leading Innovation and Creating New Value
September 18-19, 2018: Values Based Leadership
As a fellow you will receive five vouchers to be used on Executive Pathways courses through September 2018.
August 14, 2017
You will need to provide:
- a current résumé
- a recommendation from your supervisor
- statement describing the relevance of the fellowship to your career goals (approximately 300 words)
- a completed, approved, and signed training form, including a valid billing address and purchase order number or credit card
To receive further information about this program or to receive an invitation to future informational events, please contact the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-797-6276.