Federal Emerging Leaders Development (FELD) Program
of the Greater Kansas City Federal Executive Board
The Greater Kansas City Federal Executive Board is excited to once again offer the Federal Emerging Leaders Development (FELD) Program which is a 9-month program targeted towards GS-9 through GS-12 to develop and support future leaders within the Federal government. Participants interact with local executives, work in groups, refine their writing and speaking skills, share information and explore unique challenges. Course work is augmented by a Leadership Capstone Project (sometimes non work) from each participant and participants are expected to spend personal (non‐work) time on reading and any tasks needed to prepare for program sessions.
In-Person Class sessions will be full day sessions on the second Tuesday of every month from October – June and led by Federal trainers, including those formerly from the Army’s Management Staff College. Virtual Class sessions will be five-hours in duration on the second Thursday of every month from October 2022 – June 2023. There will also be weekly presentation/discussion touchpoints. Participants are selected through a competitive review process by the FELD Council. For quality purposes, the participation in the program is limited. Cost for the program is $1,000.
Program Focus Statement
An emerging leader who inspires action and is the catalyst for communication, coordination and collaboration across the Federal community.
Goals of Federal Emerging Leaders Development Program
An emerging leader who understands and applies the leadership skills to effectively lead others, exercise successful communication skills, and demonstrate awareness of self and others to achieve organizational goals.
- Lead Others
- Lead subordinates and teams
- Extend influence beyond the team
- Lead by Example
- Communicate with others
- Develop Self and Others
- Create a positive team climate
- Prepare self for leadership responsibility
- Develop subordinates and members of small teams
- Achieve Results in Support of Organizational Mission
- Get results from subordinates and small teams
- Prioritizes, organizes and coordinate work assignments
- Identifies opportunities to improve work performance
- Identifies and adjusts to external influences on the team