What can we do to help our employees, families, and friends to help them cope during this pandemic?
Posts Tagged: COVID-19
It’s more important than ever to make sure presentations are accessible—allowing all participants, particularly people with disabilities, to effectively engage with the content being delivered. For that reason, I’m equipping you with seven steps and resources to help you create accessible presentations.
The rapid, forced shift to remote onboarding is going to stretch even the most forward-leaning and resilient organizations. But, with a few simple practices and the right attitude, you can capture the opportunity to radically reinvent the way you bring new people on to the job.
Managing stress can seem nearly impossible even on a typical routine day. So, how do we manage stress during such extraordinary times as now with the COVID-19 pandemic?
In the wake of surging demands for medical professionals and critical expertise to support the coronavirus response, the government is using temporary rotational opportunities to match current federal employees with agencies and offices that have immediate needs.
If you’re a govie, what ways has COVID-19 already changed things for you? What predictions do you have about how it will continue to change your agency, your work, your constituents or more? Let us know in the comments.
How do you adjust your mindset to be focused and productive when you’re working from home?
At the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Preston Werntz wants to make data literacy top of mind for all employees.
To help get you into the habit of exercising at home, I bring you eight tips to stay fit and flexible from your living room.
At GovLoop’s online fireside chat on Wednesday, defense and industry experts sat down to talk about the state of gov tech adoption and the efforts improve adoption processes and mindsets through organizations like NavalX.