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Every day 10,000 people turn 65 years of age. Over 53 million Millennials comprise one-third of the workforce and by 2025 that number will rise to 75%. As a result of the rapidly aging workforce, many public-sector organizations are experiencing a "brain drain" which places their organizations at a critical...

The Fred Factor (video conf)

Uncover the simple steps you can take to transform your life from the ordinary into the extraordinary. Discover four basic principles that will bring fresh energy and creativity to your life and work: how to make a real difference every day, how to become more successful by building strong relationships...

As workforce members continue to depart organizations, with them goes a significant amount of critical knowledge that is essential to conducting the public’s business within their former organization. As organizations prepare for the potential departure of valuable staff, a major concern is how to...

Most employees who are promoted to the position of supervisor get little or no training in how to do their new job, even though the job of a front-line supervisor is one of the most challenging jobs there is! Often, individuals are chosen to be supervisors because they succeeded well at doing their technical...

Public projects are by nature disruptive and controversial. This presentation will discuss various public relations tactics that can support a Department of Transportation as well as local governments (counties, cities, and townships) throughout a complex project. These community interactions can either...

Clear concise writing is essential in today’s work environment. The quality of every email, letter, memo, and report you write is a reflection of your ability as a professional. This class will address word choice, improve editing skills, reinforce grammar and provide tips for avoiding common errors....

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