Posts By Steve Ressler

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5 Ways Local Government is Transforming the Citizen Experience With Communications

We have a world in which citizens find it easier to compare pubs than public schools, to compare hotels than hospitals. It’s a missed opportunity for governments not only to improve the lives of the people they serve, but also to demonstrate their value and increase civic engagement.

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4 Tips to Get Hired This New Year

It’s been a great year at GovLoop.  Our audience has grown to over 250,000+ members, 50,000+ have taken our free training this year, and we’ve gotten to work with the top companies working in government market. Great growth means a need to hire great people.  In the past year, I’ve been lucky enough to sort… Read more »

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GovLoop’s A Year in Review

2015 has been an amazing year. In 2009, we had 20,000 GovLoop members. Today, I’m proud to say that number is over 250,000 members. And we are serving you in bigger and better ways. In April, we launched GovLoop Academy with more free on-demand training courses. And we’ve grown our staff to provide more free… Read more »

Presidential Leadership Scholars

6 Tips to Lead Like a President

This year, I was  chosen as one of 60 Presidential Leadership Scholars and participated in the inaugural program that concluded in July. There were six sessions over six months that focused on four leadership abilities: Engaging Others Through Vision and Communication Making Decisions Working Collaboratively to Influence and Persuade Stakeholders Building Working and Strategic Partnerships… Read more »

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Building Your Next Generation Network

The much-lauded federal retirement tsunami is upon us. More than a third of career federal employees will to be eligible to collect their end-of-career benefits by September 2017, compared to just 14 percent at the same time in 2012. The impending knowledge gap is going to be tremendous — thousands of career feds leaving the government and… Read more »