Bring the Drucker + ELGL Public Sector Leadership Certificate Program to your Organization in FY22-23

Posted on April 14, 2022

Drucker + ELGL Public Sector Leadership Certificate Program

Over the last two years, we have facilitated two successful certificate programs open to local government leaders across the United States. In FY-22-23 we now have the capacity to provide training at the organizational level. If you’re looking for a way to combat burnout and rebuild staff capacity, the Drucker + ELGL Public Sector Leadership certificate program might be right for your group.

The materials and lectures for this course have given me ideas and tools that I have already begun to use to improve the operations of my office, as well as ways to better engage my staff to accomplish our highest priority issues.

We know that local government work has changed dramatically over the course of the last two years during the pandemic. Moving forward, it is important that we learn from those successes and challenges while capturing that innovative mindset. This program will help you leverage that mindset while strengthening your team’s personal effectiveness and that of your organization. We will work 1-on-1 with you to ensure the training fits the needs of you, your staff, and your organization.

“This program has certainly changed my perspectives and encouraged me to continue growing as a leader.”

The program consists of seven, three-week modules with eight live sessions over the course of six months, hosted online in Claremont Graduate University’s Learning Management System. Each module features a live lesson, readings and videos, and a brief, implementation-focused assignment for which direct feedback will be provided.

We have references available from previous participants, as well as organizations who have offered other trainings rooted in the Drucker Institute’s Public Sector Playbook, to learn more about the myriad benefits of this program.

If you are interested in participating or scheduling a meeting to learn more, we invite you to contact Lawrence Greenspun ( and ELGL Executive Director, (

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