All member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) will rotate to new assignment (to a different organization within their agency, or optionally to another agency) no less than every 3 years. The SES program was set up to promote and ensure a corps of qualified senior leaders within each agency, not as a career path for subject mater experts. SES members who linger in one job too long become narrowly focused advocates for... more »
All member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) will receive awards solely based on their contributions to other organizations within their agency or to agency level contributions. SES members will receive base pay for managing their particular organization well; however, they will not receive additional compensation for simply doing their jobs. To receive an award, SES must demonstrate a strong commitment to the success... more »
Sitting in one office doing the same thing forever makes for stale employees. Encourage, incentivize, or even force rotations either once, or periodically during careers. Rotations help to learn good lessons and interact with new people.