The director of human resources at a local public health department shared her stories around upskilling employees and pivoting to virtual trainings during COVID-19.
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The Oregon Department of Transportation Construction Training Program is looking to expand its use of virtual classes.
It’s never been more critical to ensure your team is staffed and skilled to ensure minimal disruption to your agency objectives.
Register to attend the Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications virtual training, taking place June 4 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.
The new year is almost here. That means it’s time to plan your professional development in 2018 with GovLoop’s list of the best online trainings for government employees.
We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself get ready to become a new manager.
We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself become better at public speaking. Some are free, and the rest are priced right for government agencies of any size.
Online trainings for government and public sector professionals are an ideal way to learn new skills and advance your career. They also can be an affordable option if you work at an agency that has cut travel budgets for staff.
Virtual trainings are an easy way to up your game in just about any skill. They are often recorded so you can listen to them at your convenience, whenever and wherever you can give them your full attention, whether that’s at home or in the office, on your smartphone or computer. Many trainings are available for freeRead… Read more »
I call it Log-In, Check-Out Syndrome. It’s that thing that happens when, about 17 seconds into your virtual event, your attendee engagement gauges plummet but your attendee numbers stay the same. They’re there, but they’re obviously not paying attention. They’re in another window or their screensaver is on; either way, they’re in the virtual room but they’re not reallyRead… Read more »