In March 2020, we surveyed GovLoop community members to learn what’s top of mind for govies. Heres the breakdown.
Hopefully, we’ll be able to safely share our thoughts in person soon enough. But until then, these tips should help you read, write and edit more effectively from afar.
Let’s do some brainstorming on how you can become the most valuable employee your employer has, especially during these trying times of COVID-19.
Today, more than ever, an appreciation of the richness of foreign languages can guide those in and around government. Three German words, if embraced by government officials, can transform policy and politics.
Your life is “two dates with a dash in the middle.” Will you surrender that dash to the circumstances of this moment in time? Or will you stand up and take control?
You don’t have to know everything. You just must be open to learning and willing to try.
You can train your inner voice to help you strengthen your relationships, bolster your career and succeed in life.
We polled an online training audience of about 300 attendees on five ways they or their agencies might be addressing and growing employees’ skillsets.
There are so many questions and not enough answers. Change is difficult (even if it is a good change) and is hard to accept especially when there is much that is uncertain.
At the rapid pace that technology evolves, it’s critical to be prepared and identify areas where employees can grow their skillsets. During GovLoop’s online training Thursday, an expert identified five broad skills to take note of.