The new “new normal” for the federal workforce will be a far more flexible environment, featuring more full- and part-time teleworkers and blended workplaces, according to the administration.
Performance discussions can be daunting, but they don’t have to be. As a leader, your job is to get the best out of everyone – and everyone’s best looks different.
As opposed to applying office expectations to the remote world, new expectation-setting can go a long way in an arena where the rules are yet to be written.
Those are values that I think we need to share more and let people know that we can be mindful of all of the things that make you complete as a human being and still be able to serve.
Governments must consider a new approach. By leveraging an online learning platform, workers can keep up with technological developments and governments can improve skills transformation, at scale.
Here’s a limiting belief: The most qualified job candidates have degrees.
“Great technologists can be grown organically. They don’t have to be hired.”
I will retire 34 years to the day that I started working for the government. These are the questions I want you to ask yourself.
Agencies must consider both training and knowledge sharing, so discussing how they can create a hybrid of both is valuable for every level of government.
Since the pandemic was declared in 2020, agencies have become more open to conducting training and certifications virtually. So far, the results suggest there is untapped potential for agencies at every level.