Learn from a government expert about how to cultivate buy-in for team success.
Watch NextGen and GovLoop on demand to learn about the importance of psychological safety and the role it plays in a truly collaborative environment.
Free On-Demand Webinar Each one of us has unique talents that can help our organizations. And your talents are what help you stand apart as a colleague or leader. But knowing how to unlock and communicate their value isn’t easy. Sometimes, finding the right ways to share our value is even harder. Join us online as we explore what it […]
We can sometimes be our own worst enemy when it comes to achieving goals. Here are some tips to help us work through the areas where we get in our own way.
In less than two weeks the United States will elect a new president to lead the nation. While change like this can be exciting, it is also chaotic and anxiety-inducing, especially for public servants. You may find yourself wondering what the presidential transition means for you and your agency and how you can implement successful strategies going into the transition. […]
Are you a project manager? Maybe project management (PM) is disguised in your job description, if it’s not in the actual title. As a leader in government, you likely encounter project management tasks every day. And knowing how to handle those tasks in a timely manner, with a clear scope and with all team members on board is not easy.
NextGen strives to enhance the education and abilities of our nation’s generation X and Y leaders in government. We realize training comes in many sizes, so we’ve put together a free online training series that will jump-start your NextGen training. Keep in mind, these online trainings only provide you a small glimpse of what you will learn at the two-day […]
Originally Posted on GovLoop by Mallory Thayer. Hi, my name is Mallory – and I’m a Millennial. I know what you might be thinking: You’re one of those young whipper-snappers who grew up with the Internet, still lives with her parents and constantly posts narcissistic “selfies” on Facebook and Instagram. Wait ‘til you hit the real world, you Yuppie. That may […]
Originally posted on GovLoop.com by Adrian Pavia This is the third installment in a three-part series covering GovLoop’s virtual training event on effective public speaking. The first installment collected the top tricks for improving your public speaking, while the second installment provided lessons for repurposing your emotions to help deliver a stronger speech. Public speaking can often seem like a solitary occupation. […]
Originally posted on GovLoop.com by Adrian Pavia This is the second installment in a three-part series covering GovLoop’s virtual training event on effective public speaking. The first installment collected top tricks for improving your public speaking, while the third installment answered frequently asked questions about effective public communication. I love developing expertise on a topic. It’s a multitude of reasons: I enjoy the […]
Originally posted on GovLoop.com by Adrian Pavia This is the first installment in a three-part series covering GovLoop’s virtual training event on effective public speaking. The second installment provided lessons for repurposing your emotions to help deliver a stronger speech, while the third installment answered frequently asked questions about effective public communication. They spoke with authority. They seemed calm and relaxed. Most importantly, […]
Originally posted via GovLoop’s Stephen Peteritas. People’s number one fear is public speaking…number two is death. In the words of Jerry Seinfeld, “This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” We want to help reduce this fear with our NextGen Training: Public Speaking Tips & Tricks […]
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 […]