Training courses are helpful, but they’re not the only way to develop new skills that prepare you for the future. Sometimes, it’s about focusing and inviting in the right people.
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GovLoop polled its readers for their thoughts on “quiet quitting” and “quiet firing” — what they are, what causes those circumstances, what agencies can do to make things better and whether those situations even exist. The survey results were intriguing, and said a lot about the role managers play.
Building a career portfolio — a collection of your best projects and products — can help you realize your career goals. Here are five tips to creating one that will highlight your accomplishments and talents, and make a good first impression.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) takes masses of information about scientific breakthroughs and translates it into audience-specific language that make sense to policymakers and the general public. That’s a challenging and critically important skill. Here’s how the GAO does it.
When it comes to measuring community engagement, San Antonio has found numbers only tell part of the story.
In a Connecticut city, virtual community outreach was essential to designing a riverfront everyone could enjoy.
Workforce transformation expert Mika Cross shares how we can treat each other with civility and respect in a remote workplace.
Surveys have shown that there are specific characteristics associated with each generation that can benefit the workforce. Here are those attributes.
A whimsical and elegant winter wonderland is in store for attendees of the Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association’s (AFCEA) Winter Gala in Washington, D.C.