With the appointment of Ron Klain as chief of staff, President-elect Joe Biden chose a skilled and seasoned professional with an impressive record of making government work.
Remote work is no longer a temporary work arrangement. It requires a new mindset and clear policies to support the shift long term.
The easiest way to positively impact your colleagues is to tell them what you value and appreciate about them. Here are a few simple tips for doing so.
Unlike technical skills, soft skills are not taught in school. Instead, they are developed over time through years of personal and professional experiences.
Transition takes time to ease from old processes to new ones. Here are some ways I am preparing as someone who will be departing an administration.
The election is over, but the stress surrounding it is still real. Here are some ways that can help you recoup and recover.
This gift guide is filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
What’s your leadership style? This quiz will help you determine what type of leader you are in order to manage your staff more effectively.
Here are some do’s and don’t’s for both teams to look out for between now and the end of the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris Administration.
It’s time to start thinking about (and getting excited for!) the 2021 NextGen Government Training Summit. Join us virtually August 4-5, 2021.