April 30, 2012
Preston Brown in Making Training Strategic writes to create a plan for government managers to make training a more tactical and calculated process. Brown strives to make training a piece of a greater government plan toward a specific goal. Within the article brown lis...
Many new executives fail to make it to the end of their first year in a new job. Stephanie Castellano outlines the Office of Personnel Management’s solution to high rates of executive turnover, which involves the implementation of an executive onboarding program.
In Retraining Troop Talent, Emily King writes to inform employers that as more and more troops return from deployment abroad there is a much greater need to re-train veterans for employment in the civilian job market. With such an influx of work force King believe...
In Who’s Next in Line? Develop Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, Preston Brown writes a plan to trade and develop new managers who are set to replace some 60,000 government retirees in the upcoming year. Preston outlines obstacles to this plan which include: L...
April 26, 2012
(From The Washington Post) -- A Q&A with Andrew Bernstein, the author of The Myth of Stress and the founder of ActivInsight, an organization that helps employees and executives develop greater resilience and master change in the workplace. Bernstein was interviewed ...
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