At our recent GovUp, we heard from productivity coach Amy Kelly. Kelly took the stress out of productivity goals by outlining a five-step model to what she calls “powerful productivity”. That’s productivity that not only achieves efficiency goals but also helps individuals stay engaged and encouraged with their work.
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At GovLoop’s recent GovUp, a new series of after-work career and leadership development workshops, we heard from Leadership Coach Andy Gingrich. He explained how “the secret sauce of requests” can help transform communication, even in the most confrontational of situations. He also walked us through an exercise to prove it.
Every industry utilizes data in some facit or another. In the geo world, you can’t look in a direction that doesn’t include data…BIG data. Which is why we are bringing together GIS and developer professionals from throughout the DC metro area to learn more about Big Data and the latest in geospatial and cloud technology.Read… Read more »
Since GovLoop was founded, we have been holding various meet ups for government employees across the country. Our latest stop was in Austin, Texas, in which we gathered to discuss three of the top technology trends in government. Our session focused on social media, mobile, and cloud technology. The event was not only a greatRead… Read more »
The Sacramento GovUp last week was no different than all the other GovUp‘s GovLoop has hosted; full of great ideas, an eager movement forward and an opportunity to network with people at all levels of government. Scott Gregory, California’s newest Geographic Information Officer, brought many great ideas to the table that are both aggressive andRead… Read more »
Remember last year when GovLoop went to twelve different cities to visit GovLooper’s from coast-to-coast in a superb GovUp way? Well, weee’rrree baaaack!! Not quite as aggressively, but don’t worry – you’ll have your chance to get us to your city before the end of next year…I promise! For now, here is the line up:Read… Read more »
Less than two months ago, a small group comprised of active citizens, software developers and a city council member convened to launch what has become this weekend’s CityCamp Raleigh in the capitol of North Carolina. In just a few short weeks, the group has been able to nail down almost a dozen sponsors, a $5,000Read… Read more »
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) Spring Symposium which was held at the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. I had a wonderful time meeting and learning from budgeteers and experts from around the nation. The theme of the symposium was “Refine, Retool Collaborate:Read… Read more »
Last week was GovLoop’s first trip to Oklahoma City (and hopefully not the last!). It was such a thrill to meet so many awesome Govies at Tapwerks Ale House in Bricktown! What a great way to kick of the Gov2.0a Oklahoma City Conference! We had so many great conversations with members of state and localRead… Read more »
These questions were crowd sourced at the Gov Up on February 10, 2011. Here is what Young Government Leaders had to ask Dr. Nayak and Mr. Rothwell; and their candid remarks.