What I have discovered is that we often feel anxiety, stress, panic in times that we are out of control – or perceive a loss of control. What I have also realized is that many of these simple tools can help us in our jobs as government employees.
There’s a lot of pressure on leaders right now. And, I’m sure the last thing you need are more things on your “to do” list. But I truly believe that making time for these three healthy workplace practices will help you and your team thrive, even in the face of unprecedented difficulty.
GovLoop spoke with officials from the Office of Management and Budget, the Office of Personnel Management and federal workplace experts to get answers.
Good leaders monitor the emotional climate of their teams, and they take appropriate steps to bring it closer to equilibrium when the collective emotional state of the team strays away from its proper balance.
In light of COVID-19, we updated our list of government conferences with information on how organizers are handling the situation, and which events are canceled or rescheduled.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) offers opportunities for all permanent staff to experience work outside their classification. These opportunities are called job shadows, where an employee is able to spend a day with someone of their choosing, upon manager approval. I went on a job shadow with a Region 2 Project Manager (PM) inRead… Read more »
Has your work and life routines been disrupted by the coronavirus? Here’s how can you make the most of this disruption in pursuit of personal and professional development.
Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of March 13, 2020.
We reviewed and highlighted key questions and answers from the Office of Personnel Management’s 13 pages of COVID-19 guidance. Here’s what you need to know.
Register for the 2020 NextGen Training Summit before March 31 to take advantage of a substantial Early Bird Discount.