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Last month, the Federal Communicators Network and the Partnership hosted a panel series, “Managing Communications Amid New Leadership,” with communications experts from across government. For tips on helping your agency transition to new leadership, check out highlights from the three panels on social media, website content and preparing incoming leaders for their new roles.
While it can be difficult to assess the roles professional connections play, taking the time to assess your networks can lead to more meaningful connections. Learn three principles that can help you turn these powerful connections into new mentors, careers and more.
Thanks to dedicated civil servants, the federal government has continued to provide important services during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are three tips for federal leaders to help their employees continue to push through these challenging times.
In order to work well with our colleagues, we need to ask ourselves regularly, “How well am I communicating?” Building these three communication skills will help you work with others more effectively.
The coronavirus pandemic forced communications professionals to change the way they work. At a Federal Communicators Network event, Frank Shaw, corporate vice president of communications at Microsoft, discusses his lessons for communicating effectively in this challenging environment.
The coronavirus pandemic has led federal leaders to reexamine how they communicate. Samantha Donaldson, Partnership vice president of communications, highlights four tips to help federal leaders communicate effectively to both internal and external audiences.