Today's Talent Management Approaches for the Workforce of the Future

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Learn about how leaders in government are preparing their agencies for the future of work

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When: Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 7:30 AM (Registration), 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM (Main Event)

Where: Live Stream and In-person at the National Academy of Public Administration, 1600 K Street NW, Washington, DC, 20006

The importance of agency missions remains constant but to execute their responsibilities in this changing world requires a skilled, diverse, engaged and inclusive public workforce aligned with the mission.

The National Academy of Public Administration, in partnership with Management Concepts, invites you to attend the final event of the year which is focused on the human capital issues identified in the Academy's “No Time to Wait” series of reports. The report states “Recruiting and retaining a talented workforce fairly, from all segments of society is important. This will improve the ability of departments and agencies to recruit the right people with the right competencies with agency-wide diversity and inclusion in mind.”

Hear key leaders in government talk about what their agencies have done and plan to do to modernize workforce management practices. Learn how the utilization of various talent management approaches, specifically ones that include diversity and inclusion efforts, is being used as a successful strategy to attract and retain talented employees.

Panel: Importance of Diversity and Inclusion to Retain Talented Employees

Moderator: Debbie Eshelman, Managing Director, Management Concepts

Panelists:

Dr. Joyce Renee Evans, Lead Investigations Case Analyst Trainer, National Background Investigations Bureau, Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency

Harvey Johnson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Resolution Management and Acting Executive Director, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Department of Veterans Affairs

Michael Rigas, Deputy Director, United States Office of Personnel Management

Pamela H. Richards, Investigative Research Analyst, Government Accountability Office, Forensic Audit and Investigative Services (Also DC Metro Regional Manager of the Federally Employed Women)

Special Session: The Promise of Fair and Open Competition for Federal Jobs

Stephanie Grosser, Bureaucracy Hacker, Office of Management and Budget

Closing Speaker:

Michael Murray, Director of the Employer Policy Team, Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy

Light refreshments will be available. If you have any questions, please contact Richard Pezzella at rpezzella@napawash.org.

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