Retaining talent is an obstacle currently faced by managers in the federal service. Here are three challenges we uncovered.
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During the training, “5 Tips to Retain Your Team,” we suggested five approaches for managers who want to keep top performers.
What ingredients need to be present for innovation to happen and for innovators (rebel talent) to have enough staying power to actually see change come to fruition?
Prioritizing attracting talent over growing it locally is like running on a treadmill hoping you’ll win the marathon. Instead, government officials and community leaders should prioritize accessible training opportunities for individuals already living in the region.
Staying ahead of the wave of digital transformation will require innovating thinking, the right technology investments and new ways of training and recruiting the future federal workforce. But through the right learning and talent platforms, federal government can continue to deliver.
As the saying goes, “a rolling stone gathers no moss.” This post examines the long-term benefits of staying in your government post for an extended period for your brand.
Federal agencies are currently in the midst of developing grand reform plans and four-year strategic plans to submit to OMB this week. But sometimes it is worthwhile to stand back and look at whether you’re doing the basics right.
Praise effort and resilience and avoid singling out intelligence, smartness or talent.
Among the many decisions that transitions teams and a new administrations will grapple with, executive talent management can be overlooked as a key priority.
In a recent article written for Public Sector Digest, Micki Callahan, Human Resources Director for the City and County of San Francisco cited a committed to public service as a key trait for prospective employees. She points out that the public sector cannot always rival the private sector in terms of monetary compensation and otherRead… Read more »