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Leadership, Performance, Transition…did you miss the memo?

The real story behind landing on Mars. Insiders’ guide to the budget battle. Lessons on applying innovation in your agency. Did you miss Excellence in Government Fall 2012? Then you missed a lot…

This past September we hosted the annual Excellence in Government Fall Conference in Washington, D.C. We received a record number of registrants – so many, that we had a wait list a mile long. That said, to share learning from the event with those unable to attend, our team has worked hard to bring the same session content, keynote speeches, and behind-the-scenes speaker interviews to our readers across the country via Excellence in Government Broadcast.

Click here to access an extraordinary library of videos covering management strategies, best practices and cast studies covering:

  • Innovation and Change Management
  • People Management
  • Performance and Efficiency
  • Leadership in Complex and Uncertain Times

Register for free to watch all the speakers and panels at the event. If you’re looking to connect with Excellence in Government in other ways, follow us on Twitter | Facebook | Google + | LinkedIn

Bryan Klopack is the Executive Director of Research and Analysis for the Government Executive Media Group (GEMG). In addition to leading the organization’s research arm, The Government Business Council (www.govexec.com/gbc), he also serves as the Program Chair for the Excellence In Government LIVE event and editor of Excellence In Government ONLINE blog, Promising Practices. Prior to joining Government Executive Media Group in 2008, Bryan worked for the non-profit The Council for Excellence in Government after completing a Public Affairs Fellowship and a brief stint working in the U.S. Senate.

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