Hobbs to coach federal executives

Ira Hobbs, former Treasury Department chief information officer, has joined the Council for Excellence in Government to coach some of the government's executives in the organization's Leadership Fellows Program.

As a coach, Hobbs, who retired earlier this year, will guide participants through a yearlong personal and professional development curriculum and direct a range of activities to build their self-awareness and leadership skills.

He will coordinate site visits to assess progress and leadership benchmarks for fellows with public and private executive managers. He also will provide individual career coaching and feedback to participants.

Read the full story by Mary Mosquera.

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