On the GovLoop online training, “Don’t Hide From Analytics: How to Get Comfortable Working With Data,” Tony Bland, Senior Data Engineer at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, shared tips for those looking to put metrics to work at their agencies.
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Imposter syndrome is a lot like Rumpelstiltskin — a little man that threatens you into submission until you name him. Here are some strategies to overcome imposter syndrome.
Under extraordinary circumstances of stress, conflict at work is inevitable. Here are some strategies to navigate difficult conversations.
Organizations need to effectively address bias by approaching it strategically, just like any other business initiative is approached. Ignoring it doesn’t mean it disappears.
In the midst of a diagnosis that he would be paralyzed for the rest of his life, Rodney Flowers prioritized these five areas to fuel his comeback.
At heart, resilience concerns how organizations keep functioning amid change. It’s a crucial topic for agencies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the federal workforce, a barrier to entry and differentiator for success is socioeconomic status – especially, for first-generation professionals.
As all leaders do, Dr. Brandi Baldwin had to work through some complexes around what she believed leadership was. “When you think about leadership as we’ve known it, quite frankly it’s been a lie,” Baldwin said.
Certified Executive-Level Performance Strategist Dr. Tana Session argues a few simple moves can help anyone take over the path to progress.
Lessons learned from the 2016 presidential transition can help agencies improve your communication skills for any future change.