The CSA strengthen and enhance the integrity of the chief of staff profession through rigorous education from Oxford University, peer learning and professional certification.
The CSA advance connections to achieve immediate outcomes and create the ideal conditions in which influential, long-term authentic relationships can be formed.
The CSA engage our community of peers sharing elevated insights and experience supporting members effectiveness across their roles and responsibilities.
Associate Membership is ideal for the next generation of Chiefs of Staff looking to kickstart their career.
For professionals seeking connections, a community of practice and access to a global network of trusted peers.
Highly customised membership for Chiefs of Staff (or equivalent) in positions of significant influence.
Applying is easy and takes less than five minutes with our simple to follow online form.
Shortlisted applicants are invited for an informal virtual meeting with a CSA director or board member.
Successful applicants receive an offer to join the CSA and receive their onboarding pack after paying the membership fee.
Becoming certified by the Chief of Staff Association distinguishes you as a chief of staff and asserts your commitment to developing a professional career as a chief of staff.
Forge excellent opportunities to share experiences, learn from each other’s perspectives, open up your global network and acquire specialised knowledge and skills that will accelerate your career.
Whether you’re focused on establishing your skills as a chief of staff, amplifying your career prospects, or assuring your seat at the table, becoming certified is a palpable mark of your commitment to the profession.
Being a certified chief of staff immediately identifies you as a professional in your field and will help you engage with your global community of peers.
US Army COS Gen. James C. McConville
On October 14 the Chief of Staff for the US Army, Gen. James C. McConville, gave his remarks at the Eisenhower Presentation for the US Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition.
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