We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself get ready to become a new manager.
Many articles make it seem as though there are problems inherent to women’s speech patterns, with no real way to win. Women in the workplace are either read as too timid and feminine, or unlikeable and aggressive.
Managing an employee who is under performing or engaging in misconduct can be a challenge. But mentoring these employees and helping them build resilience will often bring about better results.
Does a great employee show signs of wanting to leave? Don’t let your high potentials go that easy. Learn how you can identify flight risks and motivate future leaders to stay.
In case you missed it, the month of September marks the 60th anniversary of the Civil Rights Division (CRD) of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Brainstorming in government is the name of the game. But brainstorming sessions in the form of long meetings can feel like a waste of time. Learn how to make the most of brainstorming sessions with these tips.
Last week saw the season seven finale of the HBO hit series, Game of Thrones. While fans may feel left out in the cold waiting for the series finale (over 550 plus days away but hey who’s counting), now is a great opportunity to reflect on how the show’s three key players’ (Cersei Lannister, Jon… Read more »
Changes in federal government keep coming fast. That’s why GovLoop gives you these monthly recaps of federal news that may affect agency management and employment
The common perception is that, as a group, federal managers tend to be risk-averse. However, new research based on data from the annual federal employee viewpoint survey concludes that the answer is: it depends.
Learn how govie Meganne Lemon found a mentor that helped her navigate the public sector.