Networking with a Purpose

Networking with a Purpose Looking for a fix for what ails you, might be as close as a phone call to your family members, friends, or co-workers. Many times the solutions to your problems exist within your inner circles....Maybe now they can help you, and then later on your might be able to help or... Read more »

Federal Eye: Federal Union Boss Calls Limbaugh's Comments 'Unacceptable'

Colleen M. Kelley, president of the National Treasury Employees Union that represents more than 150,000 federal employees, joined the fight against Rush Limbaugh this morning, criticizing the radio talk show host for his recent comments on President Obama. “Rush Limbaugh had the audacity to announce on national radio, 'I hope he fails.' Imagine anyone saying... Read more »

Develop best

It's no secret that in today's economy, we are facing more challenges than ever. And real challenges demand real solutions. Supporting real collaboration, using real tools, in real time. Most of all, they demand real winning business outcomes. We are ready to help our customers and partners "get real" about making real change to create... Read more »

Citizenship 3D!

Citizenship 3D By John Mahan on February 23rd, 2009 ( cit·i·zen·ship (noun) 1: the status of being a citizen 2 a: membership in a community (as a college) b: the quality of an individual's response to membership in a community Have we achieved “ethical” citizenship on the Internet? The old English proverb that states “Every... Read more »

TheGovGurus' Present Weekly Best Career Advice

From (a GovLoop production) - check it out for top-notch gov't career advice: Best Weekly Career Advice from Around the Web: Another Excel Tip - Robert Hacker 5 Emerging Trends from The Recession - Penelope Trunk Whose the Lebron James of Your Hiring Mangers - HR Capitalist The Four Biggest Reasons for Generational Conflict... Read more »

Who is Responsible for Leadership Development?

In many agencies there is disagreement over who is responsible for leadership development. In some organizations, responsibility for leadership development is delegated to HR. In others, leadership development is viewed as the domain of trainers. In yet other organizations, employees expect the agency's senior leadership to take the lead. They are all right—to a point.... Read more »

Andrew Krzmarzick! - Featured Govloop Member

Andrew Krzmarzick is a Senior Project Manager at the Graduate School, USDA. I met him on govloop and I asked him to be our featured member because I see him leading the effort to make government better using social media tools. Quietly, (if that is possible with twitter and blogging,) I see Andrew one class... Read more »

New Media 101: The What Would Google Do Approach

As part of an effort to educate (and evangelize) my colleagues about new and social media, I am developing a list of resources entitled New Media 101. This list will not be tool focused as I believe firmly that new media is about relationships and the collaboration and engagement they empower. I want to have... Read more »