Unhappy government employees may struggle to happily provide government services. But using feedback from OPM’s annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS), agency leaders can better gauge their employees’ needs and concerns, and work to improve the organization accordingly. That can make a world of difference.
Government workforce expert Mika Cross speaks about what culture really means and how you can contribute to a positive workplace.
For most people, “failure” is a bad outcome. But it can be a synonym for innovation.
State and local governments may struggle today to fill positions and retain talent. Here are five expert tips on how to overcome those hurdles.
Open your agency to diverse voices by developing your own.
n a hybrid work environment, teamwork requires new tactics and a new intentionality. Here are some ways to foster your team, whether it’s in person or remote.
Learning, networking and new ideas are all on the agenda for the free 2022 Google Government Summit in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 15.
Leadership development is critically important for an organization’ success, and developing a succession plan helps put strong talent in key positions.
Here are 10 steps to navigating your federal agency no matter what rank you have in your professional career and where you want to head next.
The first key to maintaining a motivated workforce is understanding that it’s completely normal to become demotivated from time to time. Understanding that demotivation is not a failure, but a reality will help set the tone for how your organization responds to it.