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NCMA’s Leadership Development Program. Gary Zura, CPCM, Fellow Former National President Stephanie Dye President, Delaware Chapter. Problem. The workforce is aging and retiring at a pace faster than the next generation is replacing them.

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ncma s leadership development program

NCMA’s Leadership Development Program

Gary Zura, CPCM, Fellow

Former National President

Stephanie Dye

President, Delaware Chapter

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

problem
Problem
  • The workforce is aging and retiring at a pace faster than the next generation is replacing them.
  • This has created a gap of sorts—in supervisory, middle management, and executive level positions—across the entire profession AND association.
  • There are simply not enough high-quality contract management professionals to meet today’s needs—and the outlook for the future remains challenging.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

opportunity
Opportunity
  • The NCMA Leadership Development Program is designed to quickly close the gap in leadership progression by accelerating the preparation of a select group of contract management professionals.
  • Selectees are demonstrating a level of commitment to their professional development unmatched in the field and, as a result, will carry with them a unique, meaningful credential that will open doors to new challenges and professional opportunities.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

candidates
Candidates
  • The candidates are in the early stages of their careers, not yet having achieved the management level.
  • They all hold undergraduate degrees and some experience in the contract management field, and some have already completed an MBA program.
  • Their employers consider them amongst the top performers in their workplace and they have a high degree of potential for advancement.
  • There were no specific qualifications required, but there were certain criteria applied in selection.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

ldp participants
Sarah-Jane Allen CACI Pentagon

Ann M. Barrett ITT Industries Space Systems, LLC Finger Lakes

Annette Benenato Dynamics Research Corporation Boston

Julie A. Britt Parsons Columbia Basin

Belinda C. Carroll Lockheed Martin Corporation Atlanta

An T. Chau DRS Communications, LLC Greater Philadelphia

Mark Cook KES, Inc. San Diego

Debra Copp Raytheon Company Saguaro

William L. Daniel, II BAE Systems Bluegrass

Eric Ericson Lockheed Martin Corporation Fort Worth

Crystal Marie Glenn National Institute of Aerospace Hampton Roads

Tricia D. Go United Technologies San Fernando Valley

James R. Hackett Anteon Corporation Dayton

Nichole S. Hand SAIC Middle Georgia

Ronald E. Hill, Jr. Northrop Grumman LA Gateway

Robin Hope-Williams NIH/National Library of Medicine Bethesda Medical

Chad Janovec JHT Inc. Mid-Florida

Kristian Jovanovic Department of Homeland Security Chesapeake Bay

Jon Judy Department of Energy Southeast Idaho

LDP Participants

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

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Joan Kane Corning NY Southern Tier

Ashley A. Keeble United Space Alliance Cape Canaveral

Todd Klemmensen ATK Twin Cities

Marcia Elizabeth Langan SAIC Tysons Corner

Sean Robert Lingo Acuity Consulting, Inc Old Dominion

Laura Lovato Los Alamos National Lab Bandelier

Kimberly Ann McLeod U.S. Air Force Vandenberg

James K Mitchell U.S. Air Force Delaware

George John Nosser, III U.S. Navy Mardi Gras

Aaron M. Parrish ORION International Rio Grande

Morgan Frances Ross U.S. Army Picatinny

Jolyne P. San Parsons San Gabriel Valley

Diekola O Scotland Pearson Gov Solutions Washington, DC

Mark Snell U.S. Navy Puget Sound

Adam S. Thomas Raytheon Company LA South Bay

Shedeh Turfler Medical Services Co. Jacksonville

Kimberly Waugh Westar Aerospace & Def Huntsville, AL

Alisha White The Boeing Company Space City Houston

Justin Williamson Armor Holdings Cincinnati

LDP Participants (continued)

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

approach
Approach
  • Create a series of learning experiences to get high-potential members up to speed quickly on leading in NCMA.
  • Make the experience something the member can benefit from in their workplace.
  • One year program, followed by commitment to serve as a volunteer.
  • Apply “blended learning”: combination of classroom, experiential, and virtual activities.
  • Utilize NCMA’s Fellows as mentors.
  • Invest significant national resources to cover almost all of the participants’ expenses.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

program overview
Program Overview
  • Education: a combination of classroom and online courses on leadership and management theory, principles, and techniques.
  • Training: a combination of classroom and online courses to familiarize participants with NCMA’s history, chapters, programs, governance, and best practices.
  • Mentoring: each participant will be assigned one or more Fellows as mentors, who work with them throughout the program.
  • Experience: various speaking, writing and other volunteer assignments at chapters and national.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

the program
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Covey)

NCMA Leadership Summit

What's My Leadership Style?

The 4 Roles of Leadership (Covey)

NCMA’s Aerospace and Defense Contracting Conference

Focused Leader Profile: A Situational Approach to Leading Work Groups

Business Ethics: An Introduction

Introduction to Not-for-Profit Associations

Problem Solving Style Inventory

Force Field Problem Solving Model

NCMA’s Governance System

Conflict Strategies Inventory

Ethical Leadership

NCMA’s Government Contracting Conference

Resolving Conflicts of Interest

Leading Change at Every Level

Performance Management Through 5 Key Conversations

NCMA Mid-Year Leadership Conferences

A Review of NCMA’s Policies and Practices

Get Fit for Coaching

Gifts and Gratuities

The 4 Disciplines of Execution (Covey)

NCMA World Congress 2007

Truth in Negotiations

Project Leadership Assessment

The Comprehensive Leader

NCMA Chapter meetings, workshops, and seminars

NCMA Audio-seminar programs

NCMA Board of Directors Meeting

Writing assignment

Mentors

The Program

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

schedule fy2007 08
Schedule FY2007-08

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

chapter s role
Chapter’s Role
  • Publicize the LDP program to your members.
  • Encourage members to apply.
  • Encourage Fellows to mentor.
  • Provide financial support to participants.
  • Provide responsible positions for program participants.
  • Provide feedback to National.

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter

ldp program oversight committee
Delina Aberle

Pratt & Whitney

Central Connecticut

Charles D. Chadwick

BAE SYSTEMS, INC

Tysons Corner

Po Collins, CPCM, Fellow

Raytheon Company

Northeast Indiana

Gary B. Zura, CPCM, Fellow

Sandia Corporation

Rio Grande

Stephanie A. Dye

U.S. Air Force

Delaware

Brian K. Greenberg

KES Inc

San Diego

Nick R. Nayak, Ph.D.

Internal Revenue Service

Free State

Chuck Woodside, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow

U.S. Air Force

Alamo

LDP Program Oversight Committee

Neal J. Couture, CPCM

NCMA

NCMA 5th Annual Leadership Summit

Learn How to Build and Manage a Successful Chapter