Successful general management and leadership in Federal Government contracting is complex with many nuances, neither those complexities nor the nuances are taught in traditional business schools. Emerging managers, whether they be program staff coming up through the organization or former Federal employees newly hired into management roles (both military and civilian), their life experiences have not provided them with the full tool kit required to maximize their contribution to the success of a Federal Government contracting enterprise. Bottom line: If you want your business to outperform the competition, then you’ve got to ensure your emerging leaders have the knowledge, skills, and ability to make it happen.
This 2-day course is designed to provide emerging leaders with a tool kit to be successful managers in a Government Contracting enterprise. It uses an intense, interactive, instructor-led, team-learning approach where, through practical application, participants acquire or reinforce the knowledge, skills and disciplined ability to proactively participate as a leader at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of business growth and execution.
After this fast-paced session, participants will return to the organization with an understanding of business performance metrics, the elements of critical thinking that go into good business planning and how to successfully manage outcomes.