Fellowships aren’t just for the recently graduated or those still pursuing a degree. Current federal employees have a chance to compete for a fellowship either within or outside of their agency, all with an aim of building a better public workforce.
Posts Tagged: leadership
One of the most interesting things I’ve observed about telework is that it shines a bright spotlight on leadership and supervision in an organization.
The IT COST Commission report outlines recommendations that could save at least $5.8 billion in taxpayer dollars across Federal Agencies. Those billions could be applied to innovation and a more technologically savvy public sector.
If you have not yet considered whether or not you are supervisory material, reflect inward. Ask yourself why or why not. Challenge yourself to grow.
What I didn’t realize before starting my first managerial position was how much the role of a manager equals teacher.
Recently, I sat down with an associate analyst (AA) in state government to talk “shop.” Here’s how the conversation went.
New supervisors, team leaders and managers are in need of practical leadership advice that they could apply immediately.
Using respect with these basic rules can empower your team: 1) Always counsel in private 2) Always give a speaker your respect 3) Always respect others self and belongings 4) Always tell the truth and be respectful
Go forth with the following strategies and you will be on your way to changing company culture and unofficially leading the charge at your organization.
People often think of public service as a noble choice. But for many government workers, service is not a choice. It’s a way of life, a calling from within that can’t be ignored. Dr. Jill Biden is one such public servant.