Have you ever developed an Individual Development Plan? Do you know what to include, who to talk to or when to have it on hand? Last week, GovLoop and Young Government Leaders hosted a NextGen Online Training on “Making Your Individual Development Plan (IDP)”. With lessons, tips and thoughts from Terry Hill, the Work/Life and Engagement Advocate at DHS’s Office of […]
You may be tasked with creating an Individual Development Plan (IDP) and have little or no direction on what to do next. While not everyone calls it an IDP, chances are your organization has something like it – and you should take advantage of it! Free Training: Register Today! Now is your chance to create an awesome IDP! It can […]
Each year, we compile topics and session ideas from the next generation of government and their supervisors to ensure we are providing the correct and adequate training needed to make government better. What topic or session ideas do you have? What do you need to learn to make you better at your job? What tools do you need to help […]
Don’t miss the Next Generation of Government Training Summit in 2014! Mark your calendar and start the prep work – because you know you want to be at NextGen on July 24th and 25th! Here is what you need to do: 1 – Prep your Individual Development Plan – highlight relevant sessions taking place at NextGen (P.S. we’re holding a […]
After attending Next Gen, listening to the speakers and breakout sessions, I have realized that there are qualities and skills that transcend field-specific knowledge that are equally as important to leadership in government and building a strong career.
Are you a young federal employee looking for a training targeted specifically for Generation X and Generation Y feds? Look no further – NextGen is the training you need!
The NextGen Training Summit helps more than 500 Generation X and Y leaders navigate the bureaucracy of government and learn new and innovative ways to integrate technology into their jobs.
At NextGen, young public employees and their experienced colleagues congregate to share tips on how to advance their government careers.
How do you deal with comments from managers such as ‘I was born in 1962’ and people referring to me as a ‘tween? NextGen answers questions on the generation gap.