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  • Opening up the federal talent economy
    As emerging challenges require skill sets of people not on the agency’s payroll to do work not defined by existing position descriptions, access to talent becomes more important than ownership of talent -prioritizing talent “engagement” over talent “management. Learn more about this paradigm shift.
  • Silencing the static: Engaging employees in an unsettled environment
    Learn strategies for improving internal communications to increase employee satisfaction and engagement.
  • Global Human Capital Trends 2014: Engaging the 21st-century workforce
    The Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report highlights 12 trends that embody ways that the 21st-century workforce is pushing organizations to innovate, transform, and reengineer their human capital practices. Download the full report and explore our survey data in the interactive Human Capital Trends Dashboard.
  • Learning about learning - Mateo's three insights
    Three simple yet powerful insights about what effective learning entails can help managers team with trainers to unlock each individual’s potential for higher performance. Download the whitepaper.
  • Failing to plan is planning to fail: Federal workforce strategies that enable mission success
    The current scope and scale of challenges facing the U.S Federal Government’s workforce has the potential to significantly impact mission objectives, efficiency, and agency performance. As such, adapting an approach to workforce planning is a critical activity for every part of the organization to define and address workforce issues and link the organizational strategy to the workforce strategy.
  • Government’s talent factor
    A collection of human capital research dedicated to helping government leaders better attract, develop and retain the best talent available. The informative studies and articles offer a roadmap that outlines practical changes government can make to cultivate the next-generation workforce. Read the series to learn more.
  • Re-engaging the Federal Workforce:10 steps to post-shutdown mission achievement
    Federal mission performance where employees are highly engaged is strongly linked to mission success. Agency front-line leaders can re-engage workers by remembering that it is the small “moments that matter” that can make a lasting impact on employee engagement. Read more to learn a 10 step approach to help re-engage your Federal workforce.
  • How to effectively manage a multigenerational workforce in the Federal Government
    Four generations are looking for the same thing in the workplace— an opportunity to serve the public interest in an engaging way, good work-life balance, and opportunities to develop professionally. How can the four generations work effectively together to “do more with less?”
  • Human Capital trends 2013
    This year’s theme, Crucial Conversations, explores critical human capital trends that leaders should be talking about today to help your organization actively engage with one another. Download the full report to join the conversation.
  • Performance in a cost-constrained Federal environment: Improving employee engagement to do more with less
    Customer satisfaction is a critical performance metric for Federal agencies, and employee engagement can have a substantial, positive impact. What steps should agency leaders consider taking when developing and implementing a strategy to improve employee engagement?
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