• 2p-52

    Illustrative Users in GOVERNMENT

    Arlington County Virginia
    BART – Bay Area Rapid Transit
    City of Richmond
    City of Tempe Municipal Court
    City of Tuscon
    Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
    Evironmental Protection Agency
    Fairfax Water Authority
    Fresno Government
    Halifax Pittsylvania Court Services
    Internal Revenue Service
    Leadership Shawano County
    Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services
    NSA Mid-South
    Ohio Treasurer of State
    Prince Edward County
    Town of Newington
    U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
    U.S. Bureau of the Census
    U.S. Department of Labor – Mine Safety & Health Academy
    U.S. Department Health and Human Services
    U.S. Department of Treasury
    U.S. Department of Transportation/MARAD
    U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration
    U.S. Navy
    U.S. Postal Service
    Virginia Department of Corrections

  • Capital

    Examples of How a Professional Culture Is Being Nurtured

    Arlington County Government
    The Goals Institute presented a half-day seminar for the 70 leaders, managers, and associates in the Department of Human Services.

    BART – Bay Area Rapid Transit
    BART purchased our Train-the-Facilitator resource materials for teaching our Professionalism Is for Everyone seminar to the procurement division.

    Internal Revenue Service
    The Goals Institute has provided numerous Professionalism Is for Everyone seminars for the IRS and the IRS has purchased copies of the book Professionalism Is for Everyone for hundreds of associates. In addition, modeled after the the former television program, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, creative individuals at the Internal Revenue Service taught the principles in Professionalism Is for Everyone to new and emerging leaders using a game format called Who wants to be a Professional?

    U.S. Postal Service
    The U.S. Postal Service chose The Goals Institute’s Professionalism Is for Everyone program for its leadership mentoring program in the maintenance division. The Goals Institute presented two full-day sessions entitled Soaring with Professionalism. During these programs, the participants developed role-plays to demonstrate how they could use the concepts in the book to address challenges and opportunities they are facing in mentoring proteges. This program is provided one or more times each year.

    Subsequently The Goals Institute provided additional programs to other areas within the Postal Service.