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Recruiting, Managing and Engaging Federal Employees
To celebrate Government Executive's 50th anniversary, we're hitting the road and heading to the Mile High City to discuss the most important topics facing the public sector.
The federal workforce has undergone a number of shifts over the last year. After the President’s Management Agenda was released in March of last year, the administration put forth new priorities to modernize the workforce through innovative hiring and reskilling practices. While these efforts are implemented, federal managers are working hard to keep employees engaged and feeling supported during uncertain times.
On May 15, federal government leaders will sit down with Government Executive editors to share best practices and case studies for recruiting and training future and current workers, to management best practices to strategies for increasing employee engagement and morale.
*Please note there is no registration fee associated with this event.
Recruiting and Training the Future Federal Workforce
From recruitment efforts designed to bring in new talent from the private sector to recent college graduates and efforts to train and reskill current employees, we’ll discuss how federal agencies are preparing for the future federal workforce.
The Federal Leadership Challenge: Developing the Skills that Lead to Mission Success
Leadership and Management Best Practices
In October, the latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey demonstrated that overall employee engagement is up and that employees that are more engaged are also more likely to continue working in the public sector. During this panel discussion, we’ll examine case studies and best practices for continuing this trend.