Next Generation of Government Training Summit is back in action and we need you to be a part of the planning!
The NextGen board needs your help to create the agenda for this year’s summit!
YOU are the reason this summit exists and the only one who truly knows what you want to learn to further enhance your career and the future of government.
What sessions would you most benefit from? Any specific speakers?
What kind of training do you need to be a better public servant?
Any other comments or suggestions on how to make NextGen 2012 awesome?
Also, ask your managers what skills they’d like you to develop and send us those tips too!
Check out some of the great topics from NextGen 2011 below.
Be sure to Save The Date: 2011 Next Generation of Government Training Summitis taking place on July 26th and 27th in Washington, DC at the JW Marriott. Or register today!
Please provide us with your feedback in the NextGen Group on GovLoop; looking forward to it!
2011 NextGen Keynotes:
“Scheming Virtuously” – Nicholas Charney, Office of the Assistant Deputy, Acquisitions Sector, Library and Archives Canada
“How to Create Innovation in Government” – Fred Dust, IDEO
“The Power of a Community Like You – Lessons from Meetup.com” – Kathryn Fink, Community Development, Meetup.com
Why Congress Matters: how it affects your daily operations – Dr. Kenneth Gold, Director, The Government Affairs Institute, Georgetown University
“Digital Government: Me, My Career and My Future.” – Patrick Ibarra of the Mejorando Group
“Public Service: It’s Personal” – Kriste Jordan, Senior Advisor, Office of Security Technology, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
“Consider – Harnessing Reflective thinking in Government” – Daniel Patrick Forrester, Author, “Consider: Harnessing the Power of Reflective Thinking in Your Organization”
Creating Change in Government: When to Hold, Fold and Use the Cards you’ve Been Dealt – Panel
2011 NextGen Breakout Session Topics:
A Framework to Manage Your Career
Building a Network Within and Across Agencies and Sectors
Feeling Non Essential? Tips from Zappos on Delivering Happiness at Work
Gov2.0 Ninja – Proven Tips on Implementing Gov 2.0 in Your Agency
Leading From Your Level – Managing Up & Sideways
Navigating Dunder Mifflin: The Skills No One Teaches You
Never Too Young to Plan – Financial Planning from TSP to Insurance
One Size Does Not Fit All: What It Really Means to Have a Work-Life Balance
Project Management 101: Getting Things Done In Government
Public Sector is Multi-Sector: Tips on Navigating and Managing Across Sectors
Speak Up: How To Be A Great Public Speaker
Wellness at Work: Get Your Erg On!
Working with Political Appointees: The Political Dimensions of Public Service