Lawmakers Move to Elevate Leadership of Energy’s Cyber Office

Citing the threat posed by foreign adversaries, four Republican senators are pushing for a Senate-confirmed assistant secretary to helm Energy’s office tasked with cybersecurity.

Empathy Can Be Part of a Leader's Toolkit

Nicole Price joins the podcast to discuss using empathy to shape an organization.

Beyond Czars: Meeting Bureaucracy-Spanning Challenges

We need a cadre of career professionals to take a whole-of-government approach to addressing key priorities.

The Lone Republican FTC Commissioner is Leaving, Claiming the Chairwoman Has Abused Her Power

The three Democratic commissioners said in a joint statement they “often disagreed” with their departing colleague, but wished her well.

Building a Work Culture Where Everyone Can Succeed

Dr. Richard Orbé-Austin joins the podcast to discuss how everyone can take control of their work situations and improve their organization's culture.

Remote Work Has Made Developing Relationships with Colleagues Harder – Here’s What Workers and Bosses Need Now

Hybrid and remote-heavy work setups have fundamentally changed how people interact at ‘the office.’ What do workers and managers want out of the workplace now?

New Year, New You: How to Grow in Your Career in 2023

Andrew Feldman joins the podcast to discuss how managers make improvement a goal for 2023.

Ancient Greece Had Extreme Polarization and Civil Strife Too – How Thucydides Can Help Us Understand Jan. 6 and Its Aftermath

The insights of an ancient historian show that the causes of civil unrest are often the same over time and across societies.

How Public Sector Women Lead

The Partnership for Public Service's Emily Kalnicky joins the podcast to discuss research on gender and leadership.

Why You Should Give the Gift of Mindfulness This New Year

Mindfulness can teach us to be more present – not just for ourselves, but also for our colleagues, friends and loved ones.

GovExec Daily: Learning from Elon Musk's Twitter Management Mistakes

TalenTrust's Kathleen Quinn Votaw joins the podcast to discuss leadership lessons from the Twitter takeover.

GovExec Daily: Why Women Execs Are Leaving Their Jobs During the 'Great Breakup'

HR expert Barbie Winterbottom joins the podcast to discuss gender, management and the workplace.

GovExec Daily: Leadership, Workforce Development and OPM

Eric Katz speaks to OPM's Bahar Niakan about the Center for Leadership Development.

GovExec Daily: Keeping Public Sector Workers Engaged Across Generations

The Partnership For Public Service's Paul Pietsch joins the podcast to discuss a new report on managing Generation Z and Generation X.

GovExec Daily: Diversity and Inclusion Are Key Parts of Modern Management

Author, CEO and businessman Donald Thompson joins the podcast to discuss how organizations can bring DEI into their work.

Future Air Force Officers Get a 30,000-Foot View of Death in This Course

Views on death and the afterlife vary from person to person and culture to culture. This course gives Air Force cadets a broad perspective on mortality and its effects on people and society.

Employers Are Concerned About Covering Workers’ Mental Health Needs, Survey Finds

Nearly half of large employers report that increasing numbers of their workers were using mental health services, according to a KFF annual employer survey. Yet almost a third of those employers said their health plan’s network didn’t have enough behavioral health care providers for employees to have timely access to the care they need.