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Posts Tagged: learning
Over the course of my 40+ year span as a federal government employee, one of the most valuable habits I developed early on was to bring my lunch every day. And this habit taught me many valuable lessons.
Acquiring the right tech skills is one of the most effective ways to stand out and level up professionally.
Self-assessment about your professional strengths and weaknesses not only makes you a sharper employee, it can also leave you feeling more fulfilled by the work you’re doing.
Check out four cost effective ways to build a learning culture in your organization.
If looking to grow your leadership capacity is something that you need to move up or something that you are truly interested in, here’s how to get started.
In order to stay relevant and sustainable, implement ways to document new knowledge every day, nurture it through systems and training routinely, and harvest it at least quarterly.
We have to be willing to learn, to grow, to keep moving forward as individual contributors. If you have an idea be bold, present your idea and ask about implementing on a small scale. Start building a practice of learning and watch what happens around you.
What the state of Nebraska Training and Development team has learned about eLearning development projects so far.
How exactly can an agency secure data with an emphasis on identity and access management? A panel at IBM’s ThinkGov centered on this question.