Posts Tagged: nextgengov

Look Before Leaping

At NextGen+, Mark Pine, the Deputy Director at the, Griffith Observatory just gave his speech on jumping sectors in your public career. He has held positions at NASA, JPL, the Private Sector, a Non-Profit (Astronomy), and currently City Government (Griffith Observatory). The Griffith Observatory is a free to the public museum/planetarium in Los Angeles. Mr.Read… Read more »

NextGen+ / Los Angeles – Kicks Off!

It’s a packed house for NextGen+ in Los Angeles. The festivities were kicked off by a rousing speech by Patrick Ibarra. “Reinventing Government in the 21st Century,” as his speech is aptly titled, keys in on two primary points: how Government is transforming and how you can contribute. Mr. Ibarra says, “leadership has nothing toRead… Read more »

NextGen Breakout Session: How to give an effective presentation

What’s the appropriate role of data in a presentation? How do you avoid death by power point? What does a good presentation even look like? Dave Uejio is Lead for Talent Acquisition at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and President of Young Government Leaders. And he gave a presentation — about giving effective presentations —Read… Read more »

NextGen Speaker Frank DiGiammarino breaks down his career guide

Happy Thursday! We hear at the DorobekINSIDER are at the Next Generation of Government Leadership Conference. If you can’t make it in person you can still live stream the entire conference here and we will be blogging and taking lots of photos. If you can make it down, stop by and say hi to theRead… Read more »

NextGen12: You need a Mentor

Here is the summary: One of the most effective ways to vault your career is by having a mentor. But sometimes you don’t know where to start. In this session, you’ll learn about GovLoop’s first-of-its-kind, government-wide mentors program and how you can get involved. We’ll have mentoring experts as well as a mentors and menteesRead… Read more »

Live from NextGen: Movin’ On Up In Your Organization

What is the best way for current and future federal government employees to move up in their career? HR specialists from the NIH speak to the process from their own experiences moving up the GS Schedule and evaluating candidates. Michelle Lipinski, Senior Human Resources Specialist, starts the break-out talking about the 15 level GS payRead… Read more »