executives in Government

A themed collaborative learning experience for executives who drive performance.

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2023 Theme To Be Announced

2022 Theme: The Neuroscience of Leadership

Gain insights on recent brain research and how to leverage the performance of yourself and your team. Examine and discuss how to lead your agency in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and toward smart government. This program will provide you with an opportunity to explore perspectives from fellow leaders from within the highly complex and varied public sector.

Public sector professionals are experiencing radical and ongoing change. Learn how to leverage the neuroscience of leadership to bring about a transformation in the way government agencies are managed. Our Executives in Government program prepares you to lead and drive high performance.





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Prepare today. Manage tomorrow.

Who Should Attend?

This program is created specifically for executive leaders in the public sector seeking to enhance their leadership skills and organizational management effectiveness. Leaders in higher education, law enforcement, fire service, foreign service, local and tribal government, federal and state government,  elected officials, college administrators and board members of public institutions will benefit from this program.

What You Will Learn

Our seminars are relevant and interactive. Be prepared for those ah-ha moments. Expert instructors share strategies to help you develop core competencies and skills essential for every leader in the public sector in today's volatile and complex environment. We also provide collaborative learning opportunities to enhance your ability to understand differing perspectives and expand your professional network.

Modules and Learning Objectives

Leadership in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The use of machines to conduct work previously done by humans continues to expand at a rapid pace. According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), automation and robotics machines will complete more jobs than humans by 2025. This new world requires executives to rethink how to harness the power of the human brain and the efficiency of machines for positive societal outcomes.

Learners will discover:

  • What facets of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will most impact government
  • How to create potential scenarios for organizational transformation and readiness
  • How to prepare strategic plans suitable for the unique demands of the Fourth Industrial Revolution 

The Neuroscience of
Government Leadership

Executive leaders in government today are facing unprecedented challenges including swift technological change, geopolitical instability, and threats to security. In today's complex environment, government leaders need to understand how the field of neuroscience can enhance their capacity to motivate others across their organization and lead through turbulence. 

Learners will discover:

  • Valuable insights on the most recent brain research and how it can impact their teams for better results
  • How to identify, understand and manage your emotions at work and motivate your teams
  • Methods to identify and master your leadership style to improve performance and model excellence

This program was designed specifically for leaders who have dedicated their lives to public service who are lifelong learners and want to help drive performance in their organization or agency. Executives from across the country will gather to discuss the future of their work and the leadership skills required for the fourth industrial revolution. We realize that leading a community toward a brighter future requires sharing and gaining insights from others. We invite you to join us, and like-minded executives.

Joe Carella, Dean, Eller Executive Education

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Please note that your registration is not complete until you have made a payment on the secure payment portal and receive a confirmation.

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