It may be time to rethink unconscious bias training at your agency. Check out this tips on how to do that effectively.
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If you do decide that it’s worth it to get a master’s degree, there are still four questions that you should seek answers to before enrolling in a program.
Just between you and me… Have you ever skipped training because something more important came up? Has a supervisor ever pulled you out of class because they needed you on a conference call?
Training is a useful tool, but it’s just that – a tool. The apparent need for training can mask a deeper problem – unclear expectations. When employees don’t know what you want, smart people create processes that don’t work.
While I am convinced that there are more people with good intentions than bad, here are four strategies to keep in mind when you’re feeling emotionally taxed at work
If you have not yet considered whether or not you are supervisory material, reflect inward. Ask yourself why or why not. Challenge yourself to grow.
Having a positive attitude accomplishes many “wins” and makes it very easy to get along with others, particularly difficult people, in and outside of the workplace.
This past Tuesday, I filled in for one of my teammates as a substitute instructor. The class was a soft skills class regarding how to complete an annual Individual Development Plan or IDP. I really enjoyed the interaction with all of the students, as always, but I also was reminded how well competency-based learning works…. Read more »
Particularly at the state and local levels, the number of cybersecurity-related jobs already outnumbers people qualified to fill them, and that demand is growing rapidly. To counter that shortage, some organizations are creating new strategies to organize and recruit cyber professionals.
Learn how your agency can adopt cloud, what challenges you might face during this process, and how to overcome these barriers.