The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings do not just identify problems—they serve as the foundation for solutions. Federal leaders use the rankings as a roadmap to better manage our government’s most important asset: its people.
The best organizations understand that an engaged workforce leads to enhanced performance. Our suite of services has helped agencies create a better experience for their employees, enabling them to work more productively toward a shared mission. We can do the same for your agency.
OPEN ENROLLMENT EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS
Engagement Coordinator Collective
During the course of eight months, engagement coordinators from agencies across government will learn to develop, design, execute and sustain their engagement plans while forming a community of practice. At the conclusion of each session, they will complete several action items that help them identify and pursue the engagement goals needed to improve the employee experience at their agencies. Session topics for the program include:
- Establishing Priorities.
- Designing Solutions.
- Managing Change.
- Evaluating Your Impact.
- Communicating Your Plan.
- Sustaining Your Efforts.
Each topic addressed in the Engagement Coordinator Collective can be provided to your organization as a stand-alone workshop tailored for your organization.Learn more
Our subject matter experts provide customized sessions that meet an agency’s specific employee engagement challenges. Our team will help identify and create a strategy to address the key issues that adversely affect your employees. Session length can vary significantly based on your time and needs.Contact us to learn more
Enhanced data analysis
Using Partnership-developed tools and techniques, our experienced data analysts evaluate survey data to pinpoint the key issues affecting employee engagement and help agencies turn insights into action.
Gathering additional feedback is the best way to understand your Best Places to Work data. As a neutral party, the Partnership can facilitate focus groups to help agencies gain deeper insights into employee challenges and improve employee engagement.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOPS
This intensive two-day course helps agencies prepare leaders and employees to organize engagement efforts. Participants learn how to use data from the Best Places to Work rankings to inform organizational priorities, design engagement initiatives and create engagement plans that can be presented to agency leadership and implemented in federal offices across government.
Addressing Engagement Needs
Effective supervisors pay attention to their employees’ workplace experiences to ensure that staff members can perform to the best of their ability. In this one-day session, participants will identify how to empathize with employee concerns and respond appropriately. The session will focus on creating an inclusive and safe culture, communicating more effectively about employee development, and recognizing performance.
Employee Engagement Management Series
Implementing and sustaining employee engagement efforts is a year-round activity that requires consistent attention. Through a series of three one-day sessions, your organization’s leaders, HR professionals and engagement coordinators can develop plans for effectively managing change, communicate your engagement efforts and evaluate your impact. Participants will leave with concrete steps to execute their organization’s employee engagement strategy. The number and length of sessions can be tailored to meet individual organizational needs.
Employee engagement is directly impacted by the strength of your leadership, your agency’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and having an innovative culture. Click here to learn how the Partnership for Public Service can support your agency in each of these areas.
To discuss these offerings and how we can help your agency, contact us at [email protected] or (202) 775-9111.