My message for you today is to be kind, learn something new and go watch a movie. You never know where you will get the next great idea.
The Mondays are usually hard enough as is. As the first day after a weekend, we tend to have a giant list of to-dos and not enough time on a Monday to do them. We decided to help compile a few noteworthy posts to make your life easier. Today’s DorobekINSIDER program will be your need-to-knowRead… Read more »
Ever wanted to play on Jeopardy? Whether you have or haven’t, I’m sure you would love to to impress your friends and family with some newly acquired knowledge about state and local governments. In this week’s State and Local Spotlight we have some state and local fast facts for you. Question: Where does the oneRead… Read more »
You know how somebody with a hammer sees everything as a nail? After a dozen years measuring and assessing the impact of workforce training, I now have a hard time not seeing things from the perspective of the training evaluation models I use in my day-to-day work. When a situation arises that involves some sort… Read more »
This article was originally posted on Chief Learning Officer on January 22, 2016 by Cushing Anderson. Chief learning officers are constantly adjusting the tactics they use so learning has the most impact on their organizations. With a broad set of tools, topics and techniques, they must mix and match content and delivery options to addressRead… Read more »
It’s been a couple years since I was the Community Manager for GovLoop, but I continue to reflect on the problem of “information overload” for government employees, especially as it pertains to an internal system like an LMS, CMS or intranet. We’ve had to address this problem with the GovLoop community as it’s grown overRead… Read more »
This interviewee was featured in our recent guide, Understanding State and Local Government. To read the guide, click here. We’ve all heard about the aging workforce. The state of Pennsylvania is no exception to the statistics that tell us that well over a third of their workforce will be eligible to retire over the nextRead… Read more »
Today, your training team should include the following roles in either part- or full-time capacity.
Making the case that annual engagement surveys should be a thing of the past.
Instead of talking about leaning in at work, we should be emphasizing leaning out — getting outside the narrow confines of our own self-interests and seeing the workplace as a communal setting that works for everyone and not just a chosen few. Let’s lean on each other for a change.