Performance management doesn’t have to be hard.
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People often avoid setting boundaries in their professional lives. Maybe you think that setting and protecting boundaries at work will make you seem like someone who is difficult to work with or who isn’t committed to the job. But, without boundaries, you don’t know your healthy limits—and neither do your coworkers or manager.
To discuss the value of performance management technology, tailored for the federal environment, and best practices for implementing the solution no matter an agency’s status, GovLoop and Acendre, a leader in performance management, partnered to create this industry perspective.
Need to update your HR practices to a more holistic approach? Check out these experts’ tips on getting government stars to stay in the public sector.
Some might argue that exposing kids to technology isn’t a critical component of their education, but I would beg to differ.
It’s that most wonderful time of the year when you think about holiday gifts that will make your favorite coworkers feel appreciated—and then draw a complete blank on the perfect gift to give them. Giving gifts to government colleagues isn’t as straightforward as what to buy Aunt Mabel (a scarf). At the federal level, strict rules govern gifts… Read more »
While employees may be distracted and preoccupied with the election and inevitable fallout afterward, it’s crucial to maintain a sense of clarity in terms of your team’s expectations.
Finding a mentor is the most important advice I give when growing your career. Professional networking is the other, but how do you do it? Many agree with the importance but the question is should government or private industry help build a professional network for its employees?
The focus now has to be on attracting the next generation of workers to government — but how do you do it?
These days, you’ll hear a lot of advice about how authenticity can lead to career success. But, what if your authentic self is a foul-mouthed maverick? Are there justifiable reasons to curse at the office?