Leadership FEB

San Antonio, TXLeadership FEB Program

Background: In 1993, the Alamo Federal Executive Board (AFEB) established “Leadership FEB” – a leadership program designed to identify and groom a cadre of federal leaders. Participants gain a deeper understanding of the promises and challenges facing our federal community.

Class members from numerous agencies gather together one day each month in a neutral setting to examine the nature and inner workings of San Antonio and its relationship with the federal community. In the process, participants learn from key decision-makers in both the public and private sectors. The leadership group visits San Antonio’s top corporations, city and county offices, non-profits, and federal organizations.

Leadership FEB seeks people who are dedicated to serving both their federal community and the community-at-large.

Qualification and Selection: Nominations are made by federal agency heads within the AFEB primary service area. Class size is limited to 45 participants representing the broadest cross-section of employees possible. There is no minimum grade/rank requirement; both military and civilian employees in current leadership roles (or are leadership-ready) are eligible.

The Leadership FEB Steering Committee will select class members based on a review of applications, or, if necessary, personal interviews will be conducted.

Tuition Fee: $325.00 per person (Leadership San Antonio program is $1750)

Contact AFEB, 210-565-1860, or afpc.afeb.workflow@us.af.mil

Individual Benefits:

Leadership FEB provides participants exposure to:

  • How new and advanced technology is being leveraged for maximum benefits
  • Innovative techniques developed to respond to numerous challenges in the federal sector as well as the community at large
  • A valuable leadership network, providing a number of individuals from which to draw information and solutions
  • The importance of Community Stewardship

Agency Benefits:

Leadership FEB provides your employees knowledge and information on:

  • A variety of business practices, providing the benefit from different perspectives
  • Best practices from other Agencies that you may incorporate into your strategic vision and competency development
  • Advances in technology to increase productivity and/or operational efficiencies
  • A valuable network of leaders with a cumulative body of knowledge and expertise comprised from each individual’s perspective

FY17 Program Dates: (usually the second Wednesday of each month)

  • July 13 – Application Posted Online (download the application)
  • August 12 – Application Deadline
  • September 9 – Class Selection and Notification
  • October 13 (Thursday) – Opening Retreat (attendance required)
  • November 9 – Enhancing Human Capital Day
  • December 7 – Military Day
  • January 11 – Quality of Life Day
  • February 8 – Health Care Services Day
  • March 8 – Human Services Day
  • April 12 – Corporate Partnership Day
  • May 3 – Graduation Project – Federal Recognition Awards
  • May 10 – Law Enforcement Day
  • Jun 14 – Graduation Ceremony and Full Board Luncheon

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