The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) recently announced its Authority Component will offer six training opportunities in Washington, D.C. – two sessions of its one-day Arbitration Training, and two sessions of its new, two-day Negotiability Training.
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Join SEA and the Data Society for a free webinar on federal data strategy.
The Senior Executives Association (SEA) and Senior Executives Association Professional Development League (SEA-PDL) have released the details of their annual event recognizing recipients of the Presidential Rank Awards (PRA), the 2018 Presidential Rank Awards Leadership Summit.
The Department of Justice is implementing a mandatory training to help federal agents prevent unconscious bias from affecting their decisions as law enforcement officers.
Studies show that organizations with highly-engaged employees outperform low-engagement organizations. While government employee engagement seemed to be dipping, the Partnership for Public Service reports that 70% of federal agencies saw employee satisfaction scores increase in 2015, up from 43% in 2014 and 24% in 2013.
Information on health topics such as fitness and nutrition abound, but few give clear information about how to start and maintain a successful program. Join this webinar to learn how to design a healthy living program that's tailored to your specific lifestyle.
Free Webinar: The Sandwich Generation: Caring for our Aging Parents while Caring for our Children and Career
No human comes with a "User Manual" on how to care for our aging parents while also caring for our children. We are well served by planning out various scenarios and preparing ourselves for the future.
Although most federal employees and organizations agree on the need for and necessity of leadership development, it can be difficult for employees to find time away from the office or for agencies to provide the budget for on-going training. One option for federal employees to consider is shorter, just in time, training opportunities.
Effective Federal agency workspace management requires employee engagement and labor relations knowledge and skills.
Join Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Advanced Governmental Studies April 13th for a free panel discussion on privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties relating to the use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement.
Federal executives are facing dramatic changes to government organizations, systems, and processes.
In the past year, “fake news” went from an obscure term to a campaign concern to a political weapon. Now, if somebody doesn’t like your story, you could be labeled a purveyor of fake news.
This roundtable will introduce managers, supervisors and labor organization representatives to collaborative labor-management engagement strategies.
Federal employees and contractors are invited to join an exciting and dynamic afternoon with high-level women across government to hear about leadership, learning, and life-long lessons. Both men and women are encouraged to attend.
The White House set a goal of raising the government wide engagement score to 67 percent by the 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. This workshop is designed to help federal leaders understand how to effectively cultivate a culture of engagement that connects each employee to the mission of their organization through engagement and excellence in order to lead to higher organizational performance, employee empowerment and an effective performance based culture.