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George Washington University

Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Administration


The Trachtenberg School is a focal point for public affairs education, research, and public service at The George Washington University.

Building on a rich tradition of education for public service and on its location in the nation's capital, just a few blocks west of the White House, The George Washington University offers a superior education for students wishing to pursue public affairs oriented academic programs.

The Trachtenberg School degree programs include:


  • The Master of Public Administration (MPA), including a JD/MPA joint degree program.

  • The Master of Public Policy (MPP), including a JD/MPP joint degree program and a MPP/PhD in Political Science dual degree program.

  • The PhD in Public Policy and Administration

  • The Certificate in Nonprofit Management

Courses: Course descriptions can be found here: http://www.gwu.edu/~bulletin/grad/pppa.html

Dates: Students can begin in the Fall semester only for all programs.

Location: The George Washington University (Washington, DC)

Cost: $1,340 per credit

Apply: Applications are due January 5th, 2013. To apply online for the Fall cohort: https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=GWUGRAD
For more information, please contact tspppa@gwu.edu or 202-994-6295.
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George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership


The Center for Excellence in Public Leadership develops public leaders who make a positive difference in their organizations and for the people they serve.

The Center provides leadership and management training grounded in research and practical knowledge, creates collaborative networks among public leaders, and delivers expert management advice based on state-of-the-art public management policies and practices.

We recognize that as an adult learner serving in a public leadership role, you demand an educational experience that is practical, intellectually challenging, and directly applicable to your job.

Our training sessions and workshops utilize an array of innovative teaching methods, bring together expert practitioners and university faculty, and provide development experiences built around the practical leadership challenges of modern government.

Our offerings include: open-enrollment courses in leadership and management; customized leadership development and Certified Public Manager programs; certification programs and a Master’s Degree in Public Leadership with a Specialization in Multi-Sector Management.

Senior Leader Program


http://cepl.cps.gwu.edu/senior-leader-program
If you are a senior manager in the federal government or a comparable level military, state and local official who wishes to enhance your leadership potential or prepare for the Senior Executive Service, the Senior Leader Program will enable you to systemically develop the personal qualities that are vital to leadership success.
The program meets the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) 80-hour, interagency training requirement in the Executive Core Qualifications, focusing specifically on higher-level competencies such as external awareness, strategic thinking, political savvy and accountability. Since its inception in 1982, thousands of managers and executives from more than 80 government agencies and departments have attended the SLP.
Program Dates: Spring 2013
Feb. 21-March 22, 2013
5 weeks (Thursdays and Fridays, 8:30am-5:00pm)

Location: George Washington University Alexandria Graduate Education Center, Alexandria, VA

Program Tuition: $6750 USD
Summer 2013
June 3-14, 2013
2 weeks (Residential)

Location: Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, VA

Program Tuition (including lodging and all meals): $8600

Contact Number: 202-994-5390


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Emerging Leaders Workshop


http://cepl.cps.gwu.edu/emerging-leaders-workshop
Being promoted to a higher level of responsibility, means you must move beyond technical expertise and rely on and utilize management and leadership skills. This course allows you to assess your own leadership potential, map a career management path and identify developmental opportunities to enhance your leadership competencies and potential. You will identify where you fit on the leadership spectrum and develop practical strategies to improve your leadership skills.
This course is best suited for you if you are a new manager or plan to move into management within the next year.

Spring 2013
April 17–18, 2013
Location: George Washington University Alexandria Graduate Education Center, Alexandria VA

Program Tuition: $1850

Contact Number: 202-994-5390
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Georgia State University

Certificate Program in Project Management


http://execed.robinson.gsu.edu/Pages/certificate_programs/management_lean_six_sigma/project_management.aspx
Certified project managers are in high demand across many endeavors and disciplines including health care, information technology, manufacturing, and the professional services sector. Organizations value effective project managers for their ability to integrate the best practices of project management with enterprise-wide initiatives in areas such as innovation, continuous improvement, new product introduction, and transformational change.
Program Participants - Who Should Attend

  • Individuals interested in developing a better understanding of how project management methodologies can improve project success—whether the projects are large or small

  • Managers of project managers who have general responsibility for a wide range of projects and programs

  • Individuals who are responsible for managing multiple small projects that are undertaken simultaneously and changing on a regular basis

  • Project managers who want to become leaders of enterprise-wide transformational projects

  • Individuals seeking the knowledge needed to become a Project Management Professional (PMP)

  • Managers and directors who want to effectively implement innovation initiatives 


Program Benefits

Program participants will return to their organizations with the knowledge and skills to:



  • Effectively define project requirements and write a project charter

  • Employ a structured process for identifying and managing project stakeholders

  • Organize the project via a project work breakdown structure and network diagram

  • Estimate activity durations and generate a project schedule including the critical path

  • Strategically balance project duration, cost, and scope objectives

  • Apply project management software as an important tool in project planning

  • Master the unique skills required to identify and rescue a runaway project


Dates: February 26-March 1, 2013; May 14-17, 2013; September 17-20, 2013; December 3-6, 2013

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Program Tuition: $2,950 per person for non-profits

Contact Information: 404.413.4707 or dstotz@gsu.edu
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Certified Professional Innovator (CPI) Program


http://execed.robinson.gsu.edu/Pages/certificate_programs/leadership_innovation/certified_professional_innovator.aspx

The Certified Professional Innovator (CPI) Program is designed for individuals who want to master the knowledge, skills, and courage to lead innovation-focused strategies, projects, and people. Upon program completion, you will be able to play a key role in helping your organization build its internal capacity for generating new ideas, advancing collaboration on mission-critical projects, and accelerating profitable growth. The first step in the CPI process is to register for the Strategic Innovation Program.


Program Participants - Who Should Attend

  • Individuals interested in developing a deep understanding of creativity and business innovation 

  • Individuals who have been identified as high-potential leaders or part of the company’s succession plan

  • Individuals who are responsible for leading enterprise-wide innovation and growth

  • Individuals interested in earning the Certified Professional Innovator (CPI) designation

  • Individuals who want to advance their careers by becoming a CPI who can lead innovation-focused strategies, projects, and people


Program Benefits

Program participants will return to their organizations with the knowledge and skills to:



  • Explain, administer, and interpret the Competing Values Framework (CVF)

  • Utilize the CVF assessment results to identify the types of innovation which will create growth

  • Articulate and implement best practices for leading innovation and growth

  • Harness the social systems needed to develop an innovation culture

  • Exhibit the expertise to make innovation happen across organizational boundaries

  • Identify, recruit, and lead the “right” people and practices necessary to capture the value of innovation

  • Develop and continuously improve innovation practices support the company’s growth strategy

  • Articulate the economic, technological, and strategic aspects of innovation


Dates: Session One: Understanding Innovation

March 19-21, 2013

Session Two: Accelerating Innovation

May 7-9, 2013

Session Three: Commercializing Innovation

June 25-27, 2013

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Program Tuition: $6,500 per person for non-profits

Contact Information: 404.413.4707 or dstotz@gsu.edu

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Leadership Development Program


http://execed.robinson.gsu.edu/Pages/certificate_programs/leadership_innovation/leadership_development.aspx

The best way to accelerate your career is to accelerate your development as a leader. This four-day certificate program is taught by world-class professors and world-tested executives who are experts in adaptive leadership, change management, leadership communications, and business strategy.


Program Participants - Who Should Attend

  • Individuals interested in developing a deep understanding of leadership and how leadership skills can be used to accelerate their career

  • Individuals who have been identified as high-potential leaders or part of the company’s succession plan

  • Individuals who are responsible for planning and leading major change initiatives

  • Individuals interested in developing their strategic thinking skills

  • Individuals who want to advance their careers by improving their communication skills and leadership presence

  • Teams who want to gain new knowledge, skills, and tools to accelerate team success


Program Benefits

Program participants will return to their organizations with the knowledge and skills to:



  • Effectively implement the key principles of adaptive leadership

  • Utilize the peer consultation technique to better diagnose a leadership dilemma

  • Apply change leadership best practices including identifying the forces for and against change

  • Meet the challenges of leadership in a complex and rapidly changing world

  • Write and deliver messages to motivate change and lead others into the future

  • Utilize the four key elements of storytelling performance

  • Build integrated strategic competencies across the organization that creates new and sustained value


Dates: March 5-8, 2013; June 11-14, 2013; October 8-11, 2013

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Costs: $3,450 per person for non-profits

Contact Information: 404.413.4707 or dstotz@gsu.edu
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Values-Based Leadership Program


http://execed.robinson.gsu.edu/Pages/certificate_programs/leadership_innovation/value_based_leadership.aspx
The United States Marine Corps outperforms every fighting force in the world. How do they do it? By training legions of Values-Based, Transformational leaders. Famously described as “the MBA of Leadership,” the Marine Corps Officers leadership and ethics academy, The Basic School, teaches timeless principles of transformational leadership with astonishing rigor through unforgettable, life-altering experiences. The leadership lessons for business leaders are clear—if you want to lead others and your company to be the best, then follow the Marine Corps principles for building trust, pride, and esprit-de-corps.
Offered through a unique partnership between The Basic School and Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, this one-of-a-kind leadership development program is your opportunity to learn the time-tested principles of Marine Corps leadership and how they apply to business. Conducted on-site in Quantico, Virginia and led by Marine Corps Officers and Robinson faculty, Values-Based Leadership will challenge, educate and inspire you, changing forever the way you lead others. Program overview:

  • A three-day program held at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico that includes simulated combat full of “safe but real” experiences that grow your leadership abilities and values-based decision-making.

  • The program is offered four different times a year.

  • Program seating is limited to only 12 people so we recommend that you register early.


Dates: January 20-22, 2013, three more dates in 2013 – TBD

Location: Quantico, Virginia, U.S. Marine Corps Base, The Basic School

Costs: $1,950 per person for non-profits

Contact Information: 404.413.4707 or dstotz@gsu.edu
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