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"Leadership development can be thought of as an integration strategy by helping people understand how to relate to others, coordinate their efforts, build commitments, and develop extended social networks by applying self-understanding to social and organizational imperatives.” - David V. Day, The Pennsylvania State University

EPFP enables Fellows to become familiar with different types of leadership and leaders. Fellows become aware of their own leadership strengths and identify areas for further development. Feedback instruments and facilitated discussions help Fellows understand and develop the capacity to take a step back from their day-to-day work and focus on broader goals. Robust discussions with policy and practice experts help Fellows develop a strong foundation in content and become more confident and increase Fellows' on-the-job performance.

May 2017: Leadership News, Reports & Resources

The Most Important Leadership Compentencies, According to Leaders Around the World

Forbes addresses how individuals can build on their success by developing 11 must-have traits of a powerful and successful leader. One quality discussed includes learning agility – the ability to adapt to suddenly changing circumstances and to know how and when to seize on opportunities amid a changing landscape.

11 Powerful Traits of Successful Leaders

Forbes addresses how individuals can build on their success by developing 11 must-have traits of a powerful and successful leader. One quality discussed includes learning agility – the ability to adapt to suddenly changing circumstances and to know how and when to seize on opportunities amid a changing landscape.

How to Act Quickly Without Sacrificing Critical Thinking

An unexpected work urgency can be counterproductive and costly. If you’re quick to react you may come up with a short-sighted solution. If you’re to slow to respond you run the potential of missing on an opportunity. In a recent Harvard Business Review article, leadership expert Jesse Sostrin explains how productive leaders use reflective urgency –the ability to bring conscious, rapid reflection to the priorities of the moment – to tackle any situation at any moment. 

 

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