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More than 150 agency leaders, federal employees, congressional staff and private sector leaders attended the 2021 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government awards breakfast at the National Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C., to celebrate the top-ranked and most improved agencies.
Today’s public service leaders need to rally behind a single leadership standard, develop essential leadership skills together and recommit to their constitutional oath. That is why the Partnership is creating the Public Service Leadership Institute, the preeminent source for public service leadership perspectives, programs and policies.
In honor of National Mental Health Awareness Month, Diane Vu, assistant special agent in charge at the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, spoke with the Partnership about how she is prioritizing the mental health of her colleagues and coworkers.
A series of workshops hosted by the Partnership and McKinsey & Company aimed to equip federal leaders working across government with insights to support more effective diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility work. Participants noted that implementing DEIA strategies can be particularly difficult, so we’re sharing four key factors to help agencies and leaders successfully tackle this challenge.