On Tuesday, June 26, 2012 2:00pm - Review Today
Jason Nelson, Learning Officer, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Dawn Phillips, Treasury HR Strategies, Treasury
Steven Dobberowsky, Treasury Talent Strategies, Treasury
Dealing with the nation's money, not to mention our entire financial systems, can be stressful and challenging. In addition to focusing on the currency printing presses of its Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), Treasury trains its employees on everything from CPR to security. The Partnership for Public Service recently reported that BEP had notably improved its training and development programs; overall scores in the Federal Employment Viewpoint Survey are up and so is staff motivation. When The Public Manager investigated, we found BEP programs to identify skills gaps and competency strengths were being used department-wide.
In an effort to develop human capital strategic partners from within, Treasury rolled out Individual Development Plans (IDPs) through its learning platform for all their human capital professionals. For the first time, Treasury now has a corporate snapshot of their human capital professionals' competency levels. Treasury can make strategic resource decisions for the development of their training, human resources, and equal employment opportunity professionals.