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Take This Critical First Step to Boosting Employee Engagement

December 11, 2014 Is your organization looking for ways to increase employee engagement? If not, it’s time to start prioritizing as new guidelines from the Obama administration require agency leaders to ensure their performance plans include engagement-related strategies and actions. Organizations with engaged employees have been shown to outperform organizations with employees who...

5 Practical Ways to Develop Your Own Career

July 24, 2013 Career development helps ensure the goals of an organization are achieved efficiently and effectively, especially in a tight budget environment. However, career development isn’t just about the performance of the organization. It is first and foremost a process that helps employees establish short and long range goals leading to a...

6 Ways You Can Develop Your Team Even on a Shoestring Budget

March 28, 2013 In our last article, Five Reasons to Emphasize Career Development during Sequestration, we painted a picture of a federal executive who looked to career development to retain employees to meet the agency mission. Now, imagine you are a supervisor in the same agency. Like your leadership, you recognize the devastating...

5 Reasons to Emphasize Career Development During Sequestration

February 25, 2013 Picture this. You’re a Federal executive, responsible for an important mission critical program with national significance. You have 500 employees that haven’t received a pay raise for three years. Frustrations are high and they are leaving in droves – 25 in the last six months alone. And now you’re under...

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