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CEOs need mentors too
In the News

April 08, 2015

Top executives need advice about their leadership styles and operating environs—in government as well as in the private sector. How do they get it?

Government Executive


You've won the presidential campaign—now can you govern?
In the News

April 02, 2015

The peaceful transfer of power from one president to the next is a hallmark of American democracy. It sets us apart and serves as a shining example for the rest of the world. But behind the pomp and pageantry, the transition between administrations is rushed, chaotic and can be dangerous to our national security.

The Huffington Post


Sen. Carper highlights Ready to Govern initiative for presidential transitions
In the News

March 30, 2015

Today, Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), Ranking Member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, highlighted the Ready to Govern Initiative by the Partnership for Public Service, a program to help assist the 2016 presidential candidates in navigating the transition process.

Vote Smart


Leading in the last two years of an administration
In the News

January 30, 2015

With only two years remaining for the Obama administration, it might be easy for agency leaders, both political and career, to assume they are in a lame-duck situation and can't get much done.

The truth is that agencies can accomplish a great deal in the next 24 months, according to Edward Montgomery, the dean of the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Montgomery was a former official in the Clinton and Obama administrations and part of the faculty for the Partnership for Public Service's "Ready to Govern" political-appointee leadership program.

The Huffington Post


Leading in the last two years of an administration
In the News

January 30, 2015

With only two years remaining for the Obama administration, it might be easy for agency leaders, both political and career, to assume they are in a lame-duck situation and can't get much done.

The truth is that agencies can accomplish a great deal in the next 24 months, according to Edward Montgomery, the dean of the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Montgomery was a former official in the Clinton and Obama administrations and part of the faculty for the Partnership for Public Service's "Ready to Govern" political-appointee leadership program.

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