Continuous learning opportunities don’t have to be expensive to be effective. Start with these ideas to kick start continuous learning in your agency.
In many cases, recognition programs actually are backfiring and creating negative reactions among team members. In fact, the three most common reactions I receive from employees when they talk about “employee recognition” are apathy, sarcasm, and cynicism.
One of the first and most important virtues of government service is courage. Here’s how you can practice courage in your work and life.
Are you wondering what NextGen was like for folks who have attended the Summit in the past? Hear directly from past attendees and speakers to help determine whether a professional development opportunity is right for you.
How do you communicate appreciation effectively when you manage large groups of employees?
In a recent interview with GovLoop, Rock Regan, Industry Marketing Director for the Public Sector at Kronos, explained why it’s important for agencies and their missions to ensure they’re engaging their own employees. Kronos provides digital workforce management solutions for government agencies at all levels
As managers look for ways to improve CX within the agencies they lead, they should keep in mind that the most effective changes come when leaders themselves demonstrate a shift in behavior, elevate their focus on improving employee and customer engagement, and prioritize CX in tangible goals and priorities
In every teenage movie, there are those cool kids that sit in the back of class, texting each other and generally ignoring the teacher in the front of the room. Those cool kids are the exact opposite of an engaged learner. Engaged learners participate in the process. They listen; they don’t just hear. They actively… Read more »
The importance of emotional intelligence for the modern day leader cannot be underestimated. EQ is a fundamental pillar for leadership.
The Chief Information Officer of a federal agency must provide innovative solutions in a challenging budget environment. Hear what these federal CIOs have to say in terms of how they’re navigating.