The work of the United States federal government has a real effect on people’s lives. The American people deserve a highly effective government that in turn requires an engaged, well-prepared, and well-trained workforce. However, the federal government faces two immediate challenges: preparing for retirements in order to maximize knowledge transfer from one generation to the next, and hiring and developing the next generation of civil servants to successfully complete the varied and challenging missions of the federal government .
The NASA APPEL Engaging Leaders in Knowledge (ELK) series is sponsoring a panel on "Developing Talent in the Federal Workforce" Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. This event is the second in NASA APPEL's Engaging Leaders in Knowledge (ELK) series, and will address the relationship between workforce development and organizational success. This ELK session will consist of a keynote presentation delivered by Terry Cooke-Davis of Human Systems International. The keynote presentation would be followed by a moderated panel discussion featuring representatives from NASA, OPM, and the FBI.
Register for this event at: http://www.cvent.com/d/kcqrbh
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