The NCSEA Leadership Symposium was developed to offer targeted educational opportunities for directors, managers, leaders and future leaders. The presentations offered should share and celebrate best practices and the application of best practices, partnerships and innovative thinking within the day to day management and operations of the child support program. Leadership Symposium should offer leadership training for current leaders while also nurturing the future leaders of the program.
Explore our five tracks, with over 48 workshops, plenaries and networking opportunities, to help you LEAD FORWARD.
Leadership in Interagency Collaboration: This track focuses on sessions that cover interagency collaboration from a leadership focus. Sessions in this track should offer new or innovative practices in the world of interagency collaboration.
Leadership in Service Delivery: This track focuses on public relations and the way the child support program is offered to the families we serve. Sessions in this track will focus on leadership and management best practices to improve the public relations with the child support program.
Leadership in Law and Policy: This track focuses on emerging laws, policies, and practices that have an impact on the child support program, and utilizing leadership skills to implement changes. Sessions offered in this track are available for continuing legal education (CLE) credits for legal attendees, and a session focused on ethics is also provided.
Fundamentals in Leadership: This track focuses on leadership skills that are crucial to all managers.
Leadership in Emerging Technology and Change Management: Technology is advancing at lightning speed and the future holds infinite possibilities to transform government services. This track focuses on sessions discussing technologies that have or will change the way we work and serve customers.