Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector

If you think training is expensive, try ignorance.

—Peter F. Drucker

Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector

If you think training is expensive, try ignorance.
—Peter F. Drucker

The Question/
The Answer

The greatest challenge facing public sector entities: Where will we find our future leaders? The answer: We’ve already hired them; they just need training.

For Individuals

Option 1:
Drucker + ELGL Public Sector Leadership Certificate Program

Earn a certificate in Public Sector Leadership from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University through a six-month, online program featuring live sessions, individual implementation work, and opportunities for learning with a growing community of public sector leaders.

To learn more, visit the program homepage hosted by our partners at Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL).

Option 2:
Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector Online

Work at your own pace through eight multi-modal learning modules designed to provide rising public sector leaders with tools for increased individual and team effectiveness.


Playbook Modules

  • Effective Leadership
  • Values
  • Customer Focus
  • Planned Abandonment and Innovation
  • Change Management
  • Project Management
  • Effective Communication
  • Accountability

 

Interested? Sign up here.

To learn more, please contact Lawrence Greenspun, Director of Public Sector Engagement, at lawrence.greenspun@cgu.edu or 909-607-8755.

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Portion of Drucker Playbook participants from the Louisville (KY) and Memphis (TN) cohorts, who indicated the program had increased their effectiveness more than a year after completing the training.

“My leadership team and I used insights from the Drucker Playbook to establish and clarify priorities. All in all, the Playbook played a key role in helping us deliver services that empower everyone to thrive.”

—Pete Buttigieg, Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation and former mayor of South Bend, Indiana

“We shared the Drucker Playbook training with the inaugural class of the City of Memphis Emerging Leaders. The Drucker program was hands-on and thought provoking. It left participants both inspired and prepared with actionable takeaways they could immediately apply.”

—Linda Delaney, Former Learning Coordinator, City of Memphis, Tennessee, Office of Talent Development

For Teams

Option 1:
Unlimited Playbook Access for 50

  • Up to 50 seats to the Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector online training that never expire and to which participants maintain permanent access
  • Playbook materials specifically branded for your organization
  • Six hours of live, in-person customized training
  • Six hours of live, remote customized training
  • Ongoing access to individual, remote implementation coaching and support
  • Access to the growing community of Drucker Playbook alumni

Option 2:
Unlimited Playbook Access for 100

  • Up to 100 seats to the Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector online training that never expire and to which participants maintain permanent access
  • Playbook materials specifically branded for your organization
  • 15 hours of live, in-person customized training
  • 15 hours of live, remote customized training
  • Ongoing access to individual, remote implementation coaching and support
  • Access to the growing community of Drucker Playbook alumni
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Government entities have used
the Drucker Playbook.

“The City of Riverside’s Emerging Leaders Academy utilizes the Drucker Playbook for the Public Sector as a bedrock of our program for its variety of interviews, articles, videos, activities, and other methods that engage the multi-dimensional learner.”

—Catina Swift, Chief Learning Officer, City of Houston and former Citywide Training Officer for Riverside, California

“I’ve been to hundreds of these things, and I’ll tell you, I saw things today I’ve never seen before. I learned things today that I’d never learned before.”

—Dr. Mark Funkhouser, President, Funkhouser & Associates, former publisher of Governing magazine and former mayor of Kansas City, Missouri

To learn more, please contact Lawrence Greenspun,

Director of Public Sector Engagement, at lawrence.greenspun@cgu.edu

or 909-607-8755.