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Participants in the Excellence in Government Fellows program led efforts to improve the country’s response to natural disasters and promote disaster planning, including providing for people with disabilities, offering first aid training and improving earthquake safety.
Formal supervisor training does not always cover the practical experience that supervisors need to deal with personal issues such as employee grievances, poor performers and low morale. One team of EIG participants decided to tackle this challenge by creating a way for new supervisors to get feedback through peer-mentoring groups with other supervisors.
Employees across the federal government dedicate their careers to helping veterans. In honor of Veterans Day, we’re highlighting some examples of federal employees who are transforming medical care for our veterans.
Alumni of the Excellence in Government Fellows program attended a professional development conference at the Partnership to celebrate the program’s 30th anniversary. During a day of networking and learning, alumni advanced their leadership skills during sessions with government leaders, EIG coaches and Partnership staff. Read this post to see the most important lessons alumni learned.