3 Secrets to Being an Amazing Manager in Government

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3 Secrets to Being an Amazing Manager in Government

  1. 1. Three Secrets to Being an Amazing Manager September 20, 2011 Brought to you by:
  2. 2. Today’s SpeakersAndy KrzmarzickCommunity ManagerGovLoopKevin DubsYGL Career Services Program ManagerYoung Government LeadersTom FoxVice President, leadership and InnovationPartnership for Public Service
  3. 3. GovGigs Resources• GovGigs: www.govloop.com/govgigs• Rock Your Resume: www.govloop.com/group/rockyourresume• Job Listngs: http://jobs.govloop.com• Join our Mentors Program: http://mentors.govloop.com/signup
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  5. 5. Three Secrets to Being anAmazing Manager September 20, 2011
  6. 6. Agenda Partnership Introduction Getting the Secret Out Ideas for Action Q&A Conclusion and Contact Information
  7. 7. Introduction & Overview
  8. 8. Partnership for Public Service The Partnership for Public Service works to revitalize ourfederal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works Inspiring and Hiring Mission Critical Talent Strengthening Leaders Engaging Employees Modernizing Management Systems Building Networks of Support
  9. 9. Center for Government Leadership Preparing federal leaders to solve national challenges by driving innovation, inspiring employees and delivering results Excellence inAnnenberg Government Executive CustomizedLeadership Fellows Network Trainings Seminars Program Alumni Network
  10. 10. Getting the Secret Out
  11. 11. Nine Attributes of Innovation Leaders
  12. 12. Service to America MedalsCelebrating excellence in our federal civil service
  13. 13. Nine Attributes of Innovation Leaders
  14. 14. Core Attributes
  15. 15. Core Attributes
  16. 16. Core Attributes
  17. 17. Case Example: Admiral Thad Allen
  18. 18. Ideas for Action – Articles/Blogs GovLoop Daily Dose Harvard Business Review (http://m.hbr.org) NY Times Corner Office (http://projects.nytimes.com/corner-office) Washington Post Federal Coach (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ask-the- fedcoach)
  19. 19. Ideas for Action – TED Talks Watch TED Talks (http:/www.ted.com) • Tim Brown – Creativity & Play • Seth Godin – Leading Tribes • Steven Johnson – Where Do Good Ideas Come From? • Alexis Ohanian – How to Make a Splash in Social Media • Derek Sivers – Starting a Movement
  20. 20. Ideas for Action – Books Good to Great and the Social Sectors Jim Collins Leading Outside the Lines Jon Katzenbach & Zia Khan Made to Stick and Switch Chip & Dan Heath The Art of Innovation Tom Kelley
  21. 21. Leading People & Teams
  22. 22. Leading People & Teams
  23. 23. Leading People & Teams
  24. 24. Case Example: Jeff Baker
  25. 25. Ideas for Action: One-on-Ones  Short – 15 to 30 minutes  Frequent – at least once every two weeks  Focused on what the individual wants to talk about  Scheduled in advance  A top priority – if a meeting is postponed, it needs to be rescheduled promptly© 2001 The Ken Blanchard Companies. All rights reserved.
  26. 26. Ideas for Action: Upward Feedback What is one thing you want me to continue doing? What is one thing that I can do to help your productivity? Your professional growth? If you could get me to stop doing one thing, what would it be (i.e., it diminishes your productivity, morale)? If you could get me to start doing one thing, what would it be (i.e., it would increase your productivity, morale)? What else can I do to be a better colleague/supervisor?
  27. 27. Leading Across Boundaries
  28. 28. Leading Across Boundaries
  29. 29. Leading Across Boundaries
  30. 30. Case Example: Nicole Nelson-Jean
  31. 31. Ideas for Action Use personality (e.g., MBTI) or motivation (e.g., SDI) assessments to better understand yourself and your colleagues Intentionally build and maintain your networks on GovLoop, YGL and even in person Know your leaders and learn to lighten their workloads
  32. 32. Ideas for Action: The Big PictureFor you: Self-assess your level within each attribute Study the higher levels and set goals for improvingFor your team: Select/hire new employees who demonstrate attributes Create targeted, behavior-based development opportunities Reward employees whose performance reflects attributes
  33. 33. Conclusion &Contact Information
  34. 34. Contact Tom Fox 202-775-2745 tfox@ourpublicservice.org
  35. 35. Contact (continued) Center for Government Leadership: • Annenberg Leadership Seminars • Excellence in Government Fellows program Daily Pipeline Best Places to Work Agency Workshops Service to America Medals
  36. 36. ourpublicservice.org
  37. 37. Today’s SpeakersAndy KrzmarzickCommunity ManagerGovLoopKevin DubsYGL Career Services Program ManagerYoung Government LeadersTom FoxVice President, leadership and InnovationPartnership for Public Service
  38. 38. GovGigs Resources• GovGigs: www.govloop.com/govgigs• Rock Your Resume: www.govloop.com/group/rockyourresume• Job Listngs: http://jobs.govloop.com• Join our Mentors Program: http://mentors.govloop.com/signup
  39. 39. Thank You!

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