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Commitment to Leadership. Victor Vallejo PA 800December 14, 2011. About this presentation. A Mexican story Leaders of the future What we have learned about leadership in the MPA program The challenges that prevent current leaders from reaching their potential Available leadership training

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Commitment to leadership

Commitment to Leadership

Victor VallejoPA 800December 14, 2011


About this presentation

About this presentation

  • A Mexican story

  • Leaders of the future

  • What we have learned about leadership in the MPA program

  • The challenges that prevent current leaders from reaching their potential

  • Available leadership training

  • Closure


A mexican story

A Mexican story


Leaders of the future

Leaders of the Future…

  • Regardless of your position

  • Nonprofit or Private Sector

  • At the individual or collective level


Leadership in the mpa program

Leadership in the MPA Program

  • Reasons

    • Poor leadership affects the workplace

      (Giacalone & Greenberg; OPS)

    • We could be sued (Rosenbloom)

  • Lessons

    • Good leadership is needed

      (Kettl; Goldsmith & Eggers; Denhardt)

    • Good leadership works

      (Goodsell)


Challenges faced by current leaders

Challenges faced by current leaders

  • Disagreement among leaders (PROTECTA)

  • Lack of collaboration between agencies (E-Z Pass)

  • Political challenge from people with different points of view (Houston’s Public Schools)

  • The circumstances are not ideal (Houston also)

  • Combining organizational cultures (UK’s Ministry of Defense)

  • Other reasons


Available leadership training

Available leadership training

  • Professional organizations (ICMA, SHRM)

  • Internships (local, county, non-profit)

  • Books (Dale Carnegie, N. V. Peale, other)

  • Webinars

  • Volunteerism (Church, PTA, other)


Good luck

Good Luck!


References

References

  • Denhardt, R. B. (2011). Theories of Public Organization (6th Ed.). Australia: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.

  • Goldsmith, S. & Eggers, W. (2004). Governing by Network: The New Shape of the Public Sector.Washington: Brookings Institution Press.

  • Goodsell, C. (2011). Mission Mystique: Belief Systems in Public Agencies. Washington: CQ Press.

  • Kettl, D. (2002). The Transformation of Governance: Public Administration for Twenty-First Century America. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

  • Ott J. S. & Parkes S. J. & Simpson R. B. (2008). Classic Readings in Organizational Behavior. Australia: Thomson – Wadsworth.

  • Rosenbloom, D. H. & Kravchuk, R. S. (2005). Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics, and Law in the Public Sector (6th ed.). Boston: McGraw Hill.

  • Rosenbloom, D. H., Carroll, J. D. & Carroll, J. D. (2000). Constitutional Competence for Public Managers: Cases and Commentary. Itasca: F.E. Peacok Publishers, Inc.:


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