Ketanji Brown Jackson Will Be the First Black Woman Justice. Here’s How She Will Change the Supreme Court.

The Senate has voted to confirm Jackson, whose history-making confirmation sets up the first all-women liberal wing on the court. The 19th examines what she means to the Supreme Court and the legal profession.

GovExec Daily: The Remote Work Disconnect

Dr. Brianna Caza joins the podcast to discuss how organizations can foster connection during hybrid work.

Making the Case for a Federal Management Corps

The challenges facing the Veteran Benefits Administration may make it a good place to test a Management Corps.

How to Keep Your Brain Working Well as You Age

A new book offers tips on how to avoid serious cognitive issues as you get older.

GovExec Daily: How to Bring Employees Back Safely… and Comfortably

Laura Putnam joins the podcast to discuss how leaders can bring in a hybrid environment and return to offices.

Gender Bias Makes Humor at Work Tricky

Gender and status can each affect how well humor goes over at work, research finds.

Putin, Zelenskyy and Biden All Have Unique Leadership Styles

The current conflict in Ukraine has three key leaders, each of whom uses a different approach to the crisis.

GovExec Daily: What Managers Can Learn From Anthropologists

Steven L. Katz joins the podcast to discuss how managers can learn to lead better during the pandemic.

GovExec Daily: What Ketanji Brown Jackson Will Face on the Road to Confirmation

Dr. Emerald Christopher-Byrd joins the podcast to discuss Biden's Supreme Court nominee.

GovExec Daily: How High-Stress Leaders Can Balance Work and Life

Registered psychotherapist Paul Sheesley joins the podcast to discuss how to lead while managing emotional health.

Ready for Another Pandemic Malady? It’s Called ‘Decision Fatigue’

Pandemic living has come with a barrage of daily choices that have many of us complaining of a sort of brain freeze. That exhaustion is real, and it’s got a name: “decision fatigue.”

Culture Counts: Three Ways to Achieve Better Outcomes

Employees who describe their organization’s culture as healthy are more likely to collaborate with colleagues and less likely to leave their jobs. 

Are You a Jerk at Work? 5 Ways to Rein It In

There are seven types of jerks at work, according to a new book. Follow these five recommendations to avoid irritating your colleagues.

How to Mentor Young Workers in a Remote World

As we approach year three of the pandemic, we need to (finally) change how we train people.

GovExec Daily: OPM Director Kiran Ahuja on the Biden Management Agenda

The Office of Personnel Management chief joins the podcast to discuss her agency's role in executing the PMA.

SBA’s Elias Hernandez on Telework and Distributing Relief During the Pandemic

The agency “has not missed a beat,” and will be updating its policies on remote work for the long haul, says chief human capital officer.