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FELTG Executive Director Deborah Hopkins instructing a class
Jan
21
Thu
Webinar Series – Toolkit for a New Administration: Essential Skills and Knowledge for Federal Supervisors, Managers, and Leaders
Jan 21 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Download Registration Form

Instructors

Deborah Hopkins, Anthony Marchese, Shana Palmieri

Course Description

Being a leader in the federal government means getting new leadership every four or eight years. There will be many major changes and new priorities in the upcoming months. Being successful in this environment requires the right amount of flexibility, resilience, adaptability, and knowledge. FELTG’s new three-part webinar series will prepare you, your team, and your agency for these uncertain times.

FELTG President and attorney Deborah Hopkins will share a current snapshot of the key areas of federal employment law that impact you most, and provide a look-ahead to help you efficiently prepare for likely changes. Dr. Anthony Marchese will share guidance on how to effectively manage and communicate in dynamic situations, and Shana Palmieri, LCSW, will give you the tools to ensure that you and your staff thrive despite the inherent stress that comes with so much change.

From first-line supervisors to senior executives, federal managers at all levels will benefit from these three 60-minute webinars. This program will also be of significant help to attorneys, HR professionals and EEO directors and specialists.

Join FELTG for one, two, or all three of these timely webinars.

January 21 — Federal Employment Law: The Current Landscape: Over the last few years, President Trump issued several Executive Orders that created significant changes to labor relations, employee accountability, EEO training, and more. What will come of those EOs? Will there finally be a full Board at the MSPB? What are the new trends in EEO law? And how has the pandemic impacted agencies’ accountability systems, particularly the management of a remote workforce? FELTG President Deborah Hopkins will discuss likely upcoming legal changes, share recent critical case law, and prepare you for the year ahead.

January 28 — Navigating Change Through Effective Management and Communication: FELTG Instructor Anthony Marchese, Ph.D., will show you how to communicate, manage conflict, and supervise your staff through new challenges – and a change in management philosophy – with precision. He’ll explain how to get your employees confident and ready to handle changes in direction, policy, and law. Attendees will leave with a structured approach to high-stakes conversations. 

February 4 — Effective Performance Under Stress:  A new administration means new goals, new policies and new directions. And this time, the change in direction is likely to more often be 180 degrees instead of quarter turns. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to ravage communities, and the important work you do continues to be done at a distance. FELTG Instructor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Shana Palmieri will show you how to implement strategies to stabilize mood and stress level, and improve the overall health of you and your employees. 

Pricing

Early Bird Tuition (price per webinar, payment required by January 12):

  • 1 line: $195
  • 2-5 lines: $345
  • 6-9 lines: $480
  • 10-15 lines: $760
  • 16-20 lines: $975

Standard Tuition (price per webinar, payment made by January 13 or later):

  • 1 line: $225
  • 2-5 lines: $385
  • 6-9 lines: $530
  • 10-15 lines: $820
  • 16-20 lines: $1040

Teleworkers may be added to a main site registration for $40 per teleworker, on a space-available basis.

Jan
28
Thu
Webinar Series – Toolkit for a New Administration: Essential Skills and Knowledge for Federal Supervisors, Managers, and Leaders
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Download Registration Form

Instructors

Deborah Hopkins, Anthony Marchese, Shana Palmieri

Course Description

Being a leader in the federal government means getting new leadership every four or eight years. There will be many major changes and new priorities in the upcoming months. Being successful in this environment requires the right amount of flexibility, resilience, adaptability, and knowledge. FELTG’s new three-part webinar series will prepare you, your team, and your agency for these uncertain times.

FELTG President and attorney Deborah Hopkins will share a current snapshot of the key areas of federal employment law that impact you most, and provide a look-ahead to help you efficiently prepare for likely changes. Dr. Anthony Marchese will share guidance on how to effectively manage and communicate in dynamic situations, and Shana Palmieri, LCSW, will give you the tools to ensure that you and your staff thrive despite the inherent stress that comes with so much change.

From first-line supervisors to senior executives, federal managers at all levels will benefit from these three 60-minute webinars. This program will also be of significant help to attorneys, HR professionals and EEO directors and specialists.

Join FELTG for one, two, or all three of these timely webinars.

January 21 — Federal Employment Law: The Current Landscape: Over the last few years, President Trump issued several Executive Orders that created significant changes to labor relations, employee accountability, EEO training, and more. What will come of those EOs? Will there finally be a full Board at the MSPB? What are the new trends in EEO law? And how has the pandemic impacted agencies’ accountability systems, particularly the management of a remote workforce? FELTG President Deborah Hopkins will discuss likely upcoming legal changes, share recent critical case law, and prepare you for the year ahead.

January 28 — Navigating Change Through Effective Management and Communication: FELTG Instructor Anthony Marchese, Ph.D., will show you how to communicate, manage conflict, and supervise your staff through new challenges – and a change in management philosophy – with precision. He’ll explain how to get your employees confident and ready to handle changes in direction, policy, and law. Attendees will leave with a structured approach to high-stakes conversations. 

February 4 — Effective Performance Under Stress:  A new administration means new goals, new policies and new directions. And this time, the change in direction is likely to more often be 180 degrees instead of quarter turns. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to ravage communities, and the important work you do continues to be done at a distance. FELTG Instructor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Shana Palmieri will show you how to implement strategies to stabilize mood and stress level, and improve the overall health of you and your employees. 

Pricing

Early Bird Tuition (price per webinar, payment required by January 12):

  • 1 line: $195
  • 2-5 lines: $345
  • 6-9 lines: $480
  • 10-15 lines: $760
  • 16-20 lines: $975

Standard Tuition (price per webinar, payment made by January 13 or later):

  • 1 line: $225
  • 2-5 lines: $385
  • 6-9 lines: $530
  • 10-15 lines: $820
  • 16-20 lines: $1040

Teleworkers may be added to a main site registration for $40 per teleworker, on a space-available basis.

Feb
4
Thu
Webinar Series – Toolkit for a New Administration: Essential Skills and Knowledge for Federal Supervisors, Managers, and Leaders
Feb 4 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Download Registration Form

Instructors

Deborah Hopkins, Anthony Marchese, Shana Palmieri

Course Description

Being a leader in the federal government means getting new leadership every four or eight years. There will be many major changes and new priorities in the upcoming months. Being successful in this environment requires the right amount of flexibility, resilience, adaptability, and knowledge. FELTG’s new three-part webinar series will prepare you, your team, and your agency for these uncertain times.

FELTG President and attorney Deborah Hopkins will share a current snapshot of the key areas of federal employment law that impact you most, and provide a look-ahead to help you efficiently prepare for likely changes. Dr. Anthony Marchese will share guidance on how to effectively manage and communicate in dynamic situations, and Shana Palmieri, LCSW, will give you the tools to ensure that you and your staff thrive despite the inherent stress that comes with so much change.

From first-line supervisors to senior executives, federal managers at all levels will benefit from these three 60-minute webinars. This program will also be of significant help to attorneys, HR professionals and EEO directors and specialists.

Join FELTG for one, two, or all three of these timely webinars.

January 21 — Federal Employment Law: The Current Landscape: Over the last few years, President Trump issued several Executive Orders that created significant changes to labor relations, employee accountability, EEO training, and more. What will come of those EOs? Will there finally be a full Board at the MSPB? What are the new trends in EEO law? And how has the pandemic impacted agencies’ accountability systems, particularly the management of a remote workforce? FELTG President Deborah Hopkins will discuss likely upcoming legal changes, share recent critical case law, and prepare you for the year ahead.

January 28 — Navigating Change Through Effective Management and Communication: FELTG Instructor Anthony Marchese, Ph.D., will show you how to communicate, manage conflict, and supervise your staff through new challenges – and a change in management philosophy – with precision. He’ll explain how to get your employees confident and ready to handle changes in direction, policy, and law. Attendees will leave with a structured approach to high-stakes conversations. 

February 4 — Effective Performance Under Stress:  A new administration means new goals, new policies and new directions. And this time, the change in direction is likely to more often be 180 degrees instead of quarter turns. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to ravage communities, and the important work you do continues to be done at a distance. FELTG Instructor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Shana Palmieri will show you how to implement strategies to stabilize mood and stress level, and improve the overall health of you and your employees. 

Pricing

Early Bird Tuition (price per webinar, payment required by January 12):

  • 1 line: $195
  • 2-5 lines: $345
  • 6-9 lines: $480
  • 10-15 lines: $760
  • 16-20 lines: $975

Standard Tuition (price per webinar, payment made by January 13 or later):

  • 1 line: $225
  • 2-5 lines: $385
  • 6-9 lines: $530
  • 10-15 lines: $820
  • 16-20 lines: $1040

Teleworkers may be added to a main site registration for $40 per teleworker, on a space-available basis.

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