Leadership for the Government Supervisor

Certificate Sacramento5 months

Leadership for the Government Supervisor

Overview

Successful government supervisors will be individuals who can embrace and implement transformation and build cross-functional interagency relationships. Leadership for the Government Supervisor challenges senior-level supervisors to supervise across generations, collaboratively solve problems, resolve conflict, foster a service culture mindset, and motivate individuals to engage in organizational change efforts. The program also addresses their role in key challenges such as workforce development and succession planning.

Cohort classes of no more than 25 participants create an opportunity to develop relationships, building networks that pave the way for collaboration beyond the scope of this experience.

The LGS program is an excellent program, the instructors are well prepared, materials were appropriate, and the pace was good. I strongly recommend that all supervisors and managers take this program to learn the tools needed to become better leaders in the workplace.

Griselda Ballesteros, Department of Fair Housing and Employment • LGS Cohort 4 Alumni

Audience

Leadership for the Government Supervisor is a certificate program for senior-level supervisors in city, county, state and federal government with responsibility for staff, programs, and projects. Participants represent the business and program branches of agencies or departments as well as the information technology programs.

Delivery Model

Leadership for the Government Supervisor is a forward-thinking departure from traditional “day in a desk” training. Using individual development plans, group discussions, expert speakers, case studies, and participant-submitted projects, the classroom becomes an experiential laboratory in which senior-level supervisors address real world problems with realistic solutions. Leadership for the Government Supervisor consists of eight required courses for a total of 56 hours of instruction and 5.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Guest Speakers

Distinguished public and private sector managers and supervisors make a significant contribution to the program by discussing their challenges and best practices.

Schedule

Course sessions meet from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Cohort 13         

Applications Due: July 20, 2018

Supervisor as a Leader, Sept. 26, 2018

Essentials of Talent Management, Oct. 24, 2018

Talent Development Strategies, Oct. 25, 2018

Introduction to Organizational Change, Dec. 4, 2018

Organizational Change Applications, Dec. 5, 2018

Decision Making for Supervisors, Jan. 9, 2019

Effective Interpersonal Communication, Feb. 6, 2019

Advanced Supervisory and Development & Graduation, Feb. 7, 2019

 

Cohort 14

Applications Due: Nov. 16, 2018

Supervisor as a Leader, Feb. 27, 2019

Essentials of Talent Management, Mar. 27, 2019

Talent Development Strategies, Mar. 28, 2019

Introduction to Organizational Change, Apr. 24, 2019

Organizational Change Applications, Apr. 25, 2019

Decision Making for Supervisors, May 23, 2019

Effective Interpersonal Communication, June 12, 2019

Advanced Supervisory and Development & Graduation, June 13, 2019

Fees/Commitment

The $3,329 program fee includes

  • 56 hours of instruction
  • 5.6 continuing education units
  • Course materials
  • Pre-program SKILLSCOPE assessments
  • Coaching
  • Continental breakfast and full lunch for each class day
  • Parking for each day of the program
  • Graduation celebration with sponsors
  • Certificate of Participation

There are no provisions for auditing this program at this time.

Evaluation

Upon acceptance to Leadership for the Government Supervisor, participants will be asked to complete a 360 degree assessment called SKILLSCOPE. SKILLSCOPE is based on extensive research conducted by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) about the specific skills needed to be effective as a manager. Throughout the program, participants are evaluated through class discussions, experiential exercises and an individual project. Participants are expected to complete a project and report the findings at the end of the program.

Advisory Partners

The College of Continuing Education wishes to thank the dedicated public servants who invest their time and energy to ensure the professional merit and applicability of this program.

Founding Sponsors

  • J. Clark Kelso
    Federal Receiver, California Prison Healthcare Receivership
  • William C. Bush
    Director, California Department of General Services (Retired October 2009)
  • David A. Gilb
    Director, Department of Personnel Administration (Retired September 2009)