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Leading the Federal Workforce Through the Presidential Transition

Ron Sanders, Roxy Torres | September 07, 2016 | Article

September 2016 TPMFor the September 2016 issue of The Public Manager, former OPM directors Janice Lachance and Linda Springer share some insights on how leaders and managers can support staff through the upcoming transition. 

Preparing for a Presidential Transition: The Practical Guide

Roxy Torres | July 28, 2016 | Article

David Eagles outlines three things all agencies should keep an eye on during a major transition. 

Bringing Innovation to the Federal Front

Roxy Torres, Paula Ketter | July 12, 2016 | Article

In the July 2016 cover story of The Public Manager, “A Space to Innovate,” we talked with Susannah Fox, chief technology officer at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

OPM Looks to the Future

Michele Rhoades | October 30, 2015 | Video

On September 10, 2015 Beth Cobert, acting director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management addressed the Government Workforce Learning Innovations Conference about the challenges faced by today's government managers and employees and the future of the federal workforce.  

Shrinking Budgets, Rising Expectations: Innovations for High-Impact Leadership Programs

Elaine Newton | May 07, 2014 | Video

Sequestration has mandated budget cuts across the government. In response, training and travel budgets are slashed. However, the need to develop the future leaders of the federal government at all levels of agencies has never been more crucial. The Office of Personnel Management (2013) predicts that 33 percent of leaders are eligible for retirement in one year, 50 percent in three years, and 60 percent are eligible in five years. With high-cost, vendor-delivered leadership programs no longer an option for many agencies, it is critical to use creative approaches to develop learning solutions of comparable quality in an era of shrinking budgets. The development of high impact leadership programs is 'mission possible' through cross-agency collaboration, the sharing of internal and external resources, leveraging talent across government, and innovation in the area of training program design and delivery. In this session, you will develop a cross-government network, assess free and low cost resources that facilitate the delivery of identified program objectives, and create blueprint for a low-cost, high-quality, high-impact training program that you can implement quickly.

The Power of Coaching

Cherie Rusnak | October 02, 2010 | Article

Most people hear the word coach and instantly think sports coach. Some may think of a mentor they had when they first started their careers. But what is coaching all about? Coaching: A Definition Its important to understand how workers are using coaching to ...

Training for Results

Measuring Training's ROI: Chapter 39
Scott Parry | February 01, 2002 | Book Chapter

Training for Results guides you through the preparation and instruction process of implementing a new training course. Self-assessments, planning sheets, and additional learning exercises have been effective planning tools for thousands of instructors in more than 400 author-conducted train-the-trainer workshops from Chapter 39 from Training for Results.

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