Sharing Leadership Stories
As we embark
on the journey of creating a leadership centered culture in the
USGS, please take some time to share your experiences of leadership
acts observed within your office. Your stories may be submitted
to Sadia Nakimera by email (email@example.com).
The Leadership Team will review the stories and choose several to
share on this website. Some of the stories may be shared with the
ELT and other employees to demonstrate the effect of individual
and team efforts on building leadership to further scientific excellence.
Some guidelines to
follow when submitting a story:
- Stories may demonstrate
leadership behaviors described in the USGS Guiding Principles:
be respectful, be accountable, communicate, value differences,
encourage, focus, and collaborate. However, they are not restricted
to these behaviors; any action that can be considered an act of
leadership is acceptable.
- Can be about any USGS
employee from any levelremember, we all can be leaders!
- Can be about a group
of USGS employeesteamwork is important for good leadership.
- Please obtain permission
from the person or group before submitting a story about them.
- Please keep your story
to a maximum of one page in length.
Following are leadership
stories (listed most recent to oldest) by and about USGS employees
as they continue to build leadership to further scientific excellence:
further information on page subject-matter content, please contact:
303-445-4660 ext. 222
December 16, 2010
This page is at URL: http://training.usgs.gov/Leadership/stories.html