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Posted by on Jul 13, 2022

The New Normal Requires Resilience and Adaptability

The New Normal Requires Resilience and Adaptability

Unrelenting change at unprecedented speed. This is the environment that federal government employees have encountered for the past two years; a landscape that included a pandemic and its residual effects. It was a novel event with no playbook that taxed the workforce in unique ways. And yet, the challenge was met, although not without cost […]

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Posted by on Jun 29, 2022

The Psychology of Unconscious Bias

The Psychology of Unconscious Bias

Propel your organization forward by promoting an understanding of unconscious bias, how it affects your employees, and what you can do to foster diversity and inclusion in your workplace. What Is Unconscious Bias? According to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, unconscious biases are social stereotypes about certain groups of people that individuals form outside of […]

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Posted by on Jun 6, 2022

Achieving Data Fluency in the Federal Government

Achieving Data Fluency in the Federal Government

The federal government collects an astonishing amount of data, encompassing everything from tracking how many people visit a National Parks webpage to being responsible for safeguarding confidential personal information such as tax returns. While these types of data may have little in common, both can serve important functions when data analysis is applied. Monitoring website […]

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