Good leaders can catch problems early, offer their employees ample opportunities, and embrace new ways of doing business. The President’s Learning Agenda can guide the way.
We don’t know what the future will bring. But that doesn’t mean we can’t prepare for it — and prepare our workforce to meet its challenges.
The speed of innovation depends on the workplace environment that leadership develops and maintains. Here’s how managers can create a change-friendly culture.
You’ve probably gone through tough times (or are now) that test how much you can manage. How can you stay strong under pressure? You need a C.O.T.E. of resilience.
transformation, we often focus on the technology and expect the workplace culture to follow. But real change requires an engaged workforce.
The public-sector workforce is undergoing a revolution, said the director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management during GovLoop’s recent NextGen virtual summit. Her agency is doing specific things to attract and retain young talent that often have little interest in government work.
Leaders of hybrid workforces need to keep employees engaged and productive whether they work from home or in the office. Here are tips on how to do that.
Change management projects can seem overwhelming. What’s needed for success is someone who understands processes, operations — and people.
Many people are just trying to “get through” remote or hybrid work, hoping that the past will reappear. It won’t, a government expert told GovLoop recently, but there are ways to adjust to hybrid work’s peculiarities.
Workplace culture may seem beyond your control, but if you’re a manager, you’re the one who can make a difference.