Whether you are a state Chief Administrator, Deputy Director, Agency Head, or aspiring leader, the Transformational Leadership Development Program is an innovative and experiential approach that will assist you as you work to enhance state government operations.

This unique leadership series is customized for state government leaders who can benefit from relevant, timely, and in-demand operational skill-building that will apply to your real-life work through in-person events, cohort activities, and a culminating project that will be showcased nationally to state government leaders and their teams.

Mutual Interest-based Negotiation

  • Negotiation, influence, and partnership building
  • Navigating difficult conversations and conflict

Anatomy of a Good Idea

  • Innovation and design thinking for leaders

Bottom Line Leadership

  • Strategic thinking, decision-making, and leadership skills
  • Leveraging limited resources
  • Assessing situations that lead to customer success

Influencing Your Team and Organization

  • Driving and leading through organizational change, engaging and energizing employees, and communicating across boundaries
  • Building dynamic teams
  • Offering feedback that facilitates growth and learning
  • July 12-13, 2022 | Denver, Colorado | 1st in-person session
  • Aug. 2022 – Feb. 2023 | Virtual/Digital | Cohort engagement
  • March 22-23, 2023 | Savannah, Georgia | 2nd In-Person Session
  • April 2023 | Virtual Event |NASCA National Webinar
  • May 9, 2023 | Tampa, Florida (optional) | Certificate and Recognition



Member Fees:

  • $4,000 per person for the ten-month series
  • $2,500 per person to attend one in-person event
Travel costs will be borne by the state

Non-Member Fees:

  • $5,000 per person for the ten-month series
  • $3,750 per person to attend one In-person event
  • Engaging in-person and on-demand content introducing participants to the module theme and tools
  • Workshops hosted by NASCA utilizing Envoy-facilitated discussions, tools and exercises
  • Recommended reading and ongoing cohort engagement
  • Online community, hosted and moderated by NASCA via Collaborate, with facilitated conversations and inter-session content provided by Envoy
  • Networking opportunities during in-person sessions and at NASCA events