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July 15, 2013

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Come learn more about our program over lunch. During the session we will take an in-depth look at the program, discuss how the certificate program can integrate with your demanding work/family responsibilities, and discuss any specific questions and/or concerns.


The Information Session will be held at this location: National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) at 900 7th Street NW, Suite …more

Type: Information Session

Host: Key Executive Leadership Program

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Celebration for those graduating from the Key Executive Leadership Certificate program. Guest speaker will be speaking to graduates.

Type: Reception

Host: School of Public Affairs

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The Public Policy & International Affairs Program's Public Service Expo brings together representatives of the nation's top graduate programs in public policy and international affairs and employers seeking highly qualified individuals to join their teams. It is attended by a diverse pool of both undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in making an impact through public service. …more

Type: Fair

Host: School of Public Affairs

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We generally think of bullying as emanating from abusive bosses or rival peers. This remains a significant problem. But we are now finding many instances where bullying comes from subordinates who may not like change, or are retaliating for decisions that are unfavorable to their interests. Staff, for example, may make repeated frivolous complaints against supervisors using a variety of legal …more

Type: Workshop

Host: School of Public Affairs

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A special encore presentation of "How to Motivate a Sequestered Workforce".

Federal employee pay was frozen in 2010, and is expected to remain frozen for at least another year. In addition, many federal employees are facing a possible further reduction in benefits and pay as a result of the sequestration. For the first time since its inception, the employee engagement score declined in the …more

Type: Workshop

Host: School of Public Affairs

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