Posts Tagged: webinar

GIS-based Real Property Management for Government

Recently, GovLoop, Esri, and PenBay Solutions hosted an online training titled, “Facilities are Mission Critical: GIS-based Real Property Management for Government”, to illustrate how facility managers can utilize GIS to improve building and real property management. The speakers for the online training included: Bill Barron, Chief Executive Officer of PenBay Soltutions Benton Yetman, Director/Strategic Technology atRead… Read more »

How To Conduct a Winning Online Training: Bonus Tips!

On Tuesday, Steve Ressler, President of GovLoop, Andrew Krzmarzick, Director of Learning and Development at GovLoop, and Jennifer Kaplan, Product Marketing Manager at GovDelivery, hosted an online training on “11 Tips to Transform Your Virtual Training and Events.” But we ended up with more than 11 – here are some bonus tips that will takeRead… Read more »

11 Tips for A Kick-Butt Virtual Training

BORING! That’s the description I would give of most webinars or e-learning courses. The content is often tedious. The moderators like to impersonate Ben Stein’s vocal drone. And the slides decks are covered in text. What’s even the point of listening to a training if you could just read the slide deck? But virtual trainingsRead… Read more »

Work Smarter, Faster, and With Less Stress

On July 1, 2014 I was honored to be a presenter at the “Work Smarter, Faster, and With Less Stress: 20 Government Productivity Tips” webinar. I presented 21 tips from my featured blogs posts here on GovLoop. They featured productivity tips for individuals and group (meetings and the Briggs/Myers personality types). I wanted to takeRead… Read more »

How to do Citizen Engagement Right: The Power of Email

Oftentimes, the success of a public program depends on your ability to engage the citizenry. For example, you might need to work with coastal residents to prepare for potential flood hazards. Or you might need citizen input on a local development initiative. You might even need the public’s help in reporting crime. However, successfully engagingRead… Read more »

How to do Citizen Engagement Right: The Power of Email

Oftentimes, the success of a public program depends on your ability to engage the citizenry. For example, you might need to work with coastal residents to prepare for potential flood hazards. Or you might need citizen input on a local development initiative. You might even need the public’s help in reporting crime. However, successfully engagingRead… Read more »

New Data on How to Reach Government Customers

by Allan Rubin, Vice President, Marketing As today’s government shutdown clearly illustrates, it’s hard to get anything done when two parties are so far apart in their beliefs. Could the same communication breakdown be occurring between government marketers and our prospective customers? At some point (hopefully soon), they’ll be back at their desks browsing theRead… Read more »

The Evolution of Boxer Advisors

Boxer Advisors is constantly evolving to better serve our clients as a strategic thinking partner. Let me tell you about a few of our latest upgrades. First is our new corporate phone number, 301-896-9714. Please feel free to get in touch with me and my team—we want to know, where is your organization going andRead… Read more »

There is still time to join Boxer Advisors for a free, interactive webinar!

“Top 10 low-cost, high-impact strategies for Federal Government Officials” will be held on Thursday, August 29th at 12:30 PM EDT. We will candidly discuss how to address the most pressing challenges facing the federal government and offer easily translatable solutions. To register, click on the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7031083642561898240

Recap: Why Emergency Communication Matters

Communications are never more important than when a crisis hits. Superstorm Sandy, the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma , the Boston Marathon bombings, and others have shown us how essential it is for our government and community leaders to quickly communicate with the public during an emergency. At the same time, communication channels have changed. TechnologiesRead… Read more »