Collaborative Leadership Seminar (501364)
(formerly Leadership Potential)
About the Course
The Collaborative Leadership Seminar, conducted by the Office of Personnel
Management's Management Development Center, provides employees who have
potential for transition to supervisory and leadership responsibilities a
better understanding of the power of leadership. Emphasis is placed on the
core competencies of effective leadership, such as self-awareness, human
relations, interpersonal skills, effective followership, leadership
dynamics, and creative problem solving.
The training requires participants to be away from their position for 2
- Learn the foundations of leadership and how leadership
and management are complementary but not interchangeable
- Understand the importance of effective followership
- Understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle
- Acquire the skills of self-leadership
- Identify your ethical structure for decision making
- Understand situational decision making
- Learn the traits necessary for long-term leadership
- Develop skills in conflict management
- Understand the importance of feedback and develop skills
in delivering it
Class Convening Dates
FY16 courses are awaiting funding approval. Application deadline: August 12,
- Coordinate with your Training Officer or ESO to submit an Electronic
Training Request (ETR) using Direct Access. Course code: 501364.
- Write a statement that describes: (a) Your current
leadership responsibilities, and
(b) your current/and or anticipated responsibilities
involving Congressional interactions.
- Email the statement as an attachment
- Include the course title and convening date within the
subject line of the email.
- Include your supervisor in the cc: line of the email.
Costs are paid by Coast Guard Headquarters (AFC 56 "C" school account).
Selected individuals will be notified by record message traffic of their
selection. Alternates will be selected and will attend the program in the
event a primary candidate cannot attend.
Kin Szeto, COMDT (CG-12C), phone 202-475-5515, email
For additional information please visit the TQC website:
For school information see OPM's website at