All government agencies have been focusing on return-to-office strategies, attempting to strike a balance between valuable lessons drawn from remote work capabilities during the pandemic and the competing need to maintain strong organizational culture through in-person collaboration.
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Solving today’s government worker shortage is a battle that calls for fresh thinking and bold solutions. Here are some that work.
To bridge the gap between talking about DEIA and taking action, leaders must investi in personnel, technology and systems.
Equitable listening is the backbone of leadership, from agency front lines to the C-suite. Seeking to understand the needs of those we serve is paramount.
The national spotlight on personal security (PerSec) breaches and vulnerabilities isn’t likely to dim anytime soon. Using a case management solution that maps its workflows to federal and agency-specific guidelines maximizes efficiency.
Check out these 11 questions to ask during your interview to stand out as a candidate and better understand the qualities of the position.
Leadership is about helping people deal with change. Management deals with things that need to get done. It takes both for successful change management.
What does the new executive order mean for federal hiring and what pros and cons should be considered? We break all that down and more.
We polled an online training audience of about 300 attendees on five ways they or their agencies might be addressing and growing employees’ skillsets.
Millions of government employees have had to adjust, some in converting bedrooms into virtual offices and others in reporting to their jobs with masks and new six-foot distancing requirements.