Women make up a mere 20 percent of Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) at local governments. How can we change this?
Posts Tagged: webinar
Paper processes can be a time-consuming and inefficient constraint on agencies. Electronic signatures offer a step up for agencies considering ways to save time and resources.
Change is inevitable, especially if you work for the federal government. In an industry that faces major changes to the administration and daily operations every 4 to 8 years, it is imperative that government employees and department heads have the practical skills necessary to remain resilient and engaged. Read on to hear advice from six… Read more »
Online trainings are quickly becoming the go-to tool for professional development. Learn how you can get the most out of the next one you attend.
In a busy work environment, it’s easy to get sucked into a culture of stress and intensity. But ignoring your personal wellbeing can be dangerous. One way to improve your mental health and improve your effectiveness as a leader is to employ mindfulness.
Social media offers a great opportunity to brand yourself, but with great power comes great responsibility. Here are some critical ground rules to ensure that your social networks are prepped for professional use.
These tips will help you feel more confident the next time you present on a webinar so that you can laugh off any glitches and continue on with style.
There’s a revolution happening in government IT. Multi-tiered flash storage, long a staple in the private sector, is coming to the government, and it’s changing the way federal, state, and local employees relate to their data. Tegile, a manufacturer of flash storage arrays, is leading the transformation to a flash-centric data center. Thursday’s GovLoop onlineRead… Read more »
Networking gets a bad rap. Most of us imagine standing around in a sea of name tags, awkwardly explaining to the third person in a row what it is you do, or checking your watch while someone bores you to tears with the finer points of their seriously boring job. But networking can actually beRead… Read more »
The world of online trainings is shifting quickly for government employees. The days of in-person events, conferences, and travel are disappearing. The Office of Personnel Management has been curtailing budgets for trainings, meaning that trainings will need to be moved online – saving the government money and time. Virtual training has the potential to rockRead… Read more »