Posts Tagged: new hire handbook

10 Days Out to Next Gen Summit – Last Chance to Register, Win, & Volunteer

Can’t believe we are only 10 days out from our 2nd annual GovLoop/YGL Next Generation of Government Summit. Behind the scene, we’ve been cranking away on everything from brainstorming an awesome ideation game with IDEO, coordinating our Funniest Fed comedic performance, studying which bean bag chairs to bring in, getting written up in Governing magazine,Read… Read more »

The Federal Coach: Recently Promoted? How to Get Trust and Respect for Your New Role

This week’s question comes from a federal manager who was promoted to a management position after the previous manager was terminated. She shared, “Although I didn’t know in advance of the termination, I was accused in a managers meeting of getting him fired. Some staff are supportive. Others are distrustful. I understand that respect andRead… Read more »

New Hire Tips on Being Social

New job means new work friends and a larger network. Sometimes finding the right networking events can seem daunting, but lucky for you…you have made an important step in the right direction by being on GovLoop! There are many different opportunities in many different areas of the globe….here are a few places to start: 1)Read… Read more »

5 Tips for Smarter Event Networking Using Twitter

For those of us interested in expanding our networks (as we all should be), attending in-person events is key. Here are 5 ways Twitter can enhance your professional event-goings, and give you more bang for your networking buck. Consider 2 scenarios: Scenario 1: You’re new to a geographic location, industry, or company. You walk intoRead… Read more »

Ressler’s Rules #11 “… he not busy being born is busy dying”

Ressler’s Rules #11 “… he not busy being born is busy dying” This particular rule comes from a Bob Dylan song: “It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding”) and has been with me most of my adult life. DIGRESSION: The referenced song is (at least to me) one of the most perceptive, influential, and sardonic songsRead… Read more »