As COVID-19 spreads around the globe and throughout the United States, effective government leadership matters more than ever.
You can read more about this critical need in a new article, published today, in the Harvard Business Review: A Nonpartisan Model for Developing Public Service Leaders, by myself, Doug Conant, and Andrew Marshall.
The article introduces a Public Service Leadership Model and highlights effective public servants like Dr. Anthony Fauci, outlining the pressing need for an updated approach to leadership development in the federal government.
Please help in keeping up this momentum by sharing this article with your friends and networks. Thank you for your continued support of our mission as we all work through these challenging times together.
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