Coming Soon! The Emerging Enterprise Leader (EEL) Program!

The Enterprise Talent Management (ETM) and Senior Enterprise Talent Management (SETM) programs are a key component of Army’s civilian training, education and leadership development system. The Emerging Enterprise Leader (EEL) program will expand the developmental approach of ETM and SETM to encompass aspiring leaders at the GS-11 and GS-12 (or equivalent) levels, to broaden participants' perspectives and build leadership competencies earlier. Unlike ETM and SETM which are centrally managed, EEL programs will be owned and executed within available resources by Commands, consistent with Army-wide guidance overseen by DASA-CP. EEL programs will include, at a minimum, the following four components: mentoring, self-development, team-based problem solving, and a developmental assignment. All Commands are expected to establish an EEL-compliant program by September, 2017, ready for implementation during FY18.

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Employee Engagement Training Conference (E2TC-3)


E2TC-3 Focuses on the Local Level

Over 140 attendees and briefers from 28 organizations came together to collaborate and develop innovative local-level solutions to increase Army Civilian Employee Engagement (E2). Goals of the training event included: inspiring participants with E2 success stories, briefing attendees on enterprise E2 solutions, generating local-level solutions for common E2 challenges, and training participants with toolkits and products developed by Enterprise-level E2 work groups.

The EXSUM and E2TC-3 Summary Report can be found here* (insert link to milSuite).

*A CAC is required to access materials.

2015 Army Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS)

Army Federal Viewpoint Survey

Army Federal Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) 2015 Released

On 14 Dec 2015, the Department of the Army FEVS Analysis and Benchmarking Report was released along with the FEVS Army Trends--2014 and 2015 Data Reviews. The Army increased 1.5 percent in the Engagement Index (EI) and is currently at 64 percent. The Army has shown across-the-board improvements in FEVS scores as compared to the 2014 FEVS results, but we still have much to do to enhance overall Employee Engagement (E2) and exceed the 2016 Presidential standard of 67%.

2015 FEVS Survey Analysis and Benchmarking Report (PDF)

FEVS Army Trends 2014 and 2015 Data Review (PDF)

AUSA Highlights 2015

AUSA Panel

Civilian Professional Development Seminar at AUSA

On October 14, 2015 the Department of the Army Civilian Professional Development presented a seminar at the Association of the United States Army’s (AUSA) Annual Meeting. The seminar highlighted the theme "Employee Engagement" and featured panels on the Civilian Workforce Transformation and Talent Management.

View notes and panel Q&A (PDF)

Army Civilian Workforce Transformation Report (2014)

SETM (CAC Enabled)
Civilian Training & Leader Development