Our mission is to maximize the positive impact of human
capital management and leadership throughout
government and the broader public sector.

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Who We Are

We are a growing team of full time and volunteer instructors,

researchers and instructional designers. Our purpose is to
help 
public sector human capital professionals and leaders
become more credible
 and effective while helping leaders
throughout the public sector
 appreciate the importance
of talent management.

What We Do

Through education, research and examinations, we certify
Strategic Human Capital Professionals and Strategic Human
Capital Leaders for government and broader public sector careers.
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With former GAO CHCO, Internationally recognized coach and public speaker – Patrina Clark & Guests

June – September, 2014

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With Certified Coach, Trainer & President of ICF Washington – Carol Goldsmith

July – December, 2014

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May

Leadership is the answer to the uncertain times our Federal Government faces.

  • May 06, 2014
  • Categories: Blogs

By Ray Horoho If you’ve spent a few years working inside of the Federal Government you have, without a doubt,… Read More

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April

Making the Millennial Connection: Three Must-Dos for VSOS

  • April 30, 2014
  • Categories: Blogs

By Jennifer Lemmert, DAI As the Department of Defense scales back the number of active duty forces to the smallest… Read More

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April

Leveraging Employee Strengths for a Productive, Passionate Workforce

  • April 30, 2014
  • Categories: Blogs

By Kisha Garcia and Jennifer Lemmert, DAI Ever had a boss ask you to perform a task that was totally… Read More

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May

TMGov Book of the Month Selection and Free Course: Kill The Company by Lisa Bodell

  • May 20, 2013
  • Categories: Blogs

Review by Allan Schweyer Kill the Company is among the most practical and applicable guides to innovation you’ll find. The advice… Read More

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May

TMGovU Book of the Month Club Selection: The Only Way to Win by Jim Loehr

  • May 06, 2013
  • Categories: Blogs

Review by Allan Schweyer Can you compete in today’s ultra-competitive and demanding world while being a person of values and… Read More

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February

Our “Book of the Month” Selection for February 2013: Winning with Transglobal Leadership

  • February 26, 2013
  • Categories: Blogs

by Allan Schweyer Linda Sharkey, Ph.D, is an internationally renowned executive who for decades led in the selection and development… Read More

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February

Federal BYOD Policy Explained

  • February 07, 2013
  • Categories: Blogs

By Angela Nuñez Logan Harper is the community manager for MPA@UNC, a top Masters of Public Administration program offered through University of North… Read More

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December

Reflections from the First Annual Human Capital Congress

  • December 18, 2012
  • Categories: Blogs

By Meredith Camp Last Friday, December 14th, I attended the first annual Human Capital Congress hosted by the Center for… Read More

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November

Let me Sell You on Another Sure Bestseller from Dan Pink

  • November 30, 2012
  • Categories: Blogs

By Allan Schweyer Those of us who are big Dan Pink fans―and I know many of you are―have been waiting… Read More

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November

How the Government Budget Crunch Will Affect Training

  • November 28, 2012
  • Categories: Blogs

By Meredith Camp  Like many programs deemed “nonessential,” training is often one of the first in a long line of… Read More