June 2015 - June 2015
As was the case in 2012 and 2011, over a thousand (1,000) federally employed women gathered from
agencies around the country to attend the Federally Employed Women (FEW) National Training Conference. During this five (5) day event, women have a chance to hear from guest speakers on public policy issues, equity in public service, as well as on various community service initiatives. They also participate in human resource management training sessions to promote the organization’s mission of ending sex and gender discrimination, to encourage diversity for inclusion and equity in the workplace, and for the advancement and professional growth of women in Federal service. These sessions have included half (1/2) day sessions on Persuasive Skills in the Workplace. Also included are Mentoring, Managing Multiple Priorities Developing Your Leadership Skills, Capturing Expectations, Effective Communication, Managing Project Scope, Minimizing Your Project Risks, Navigating USA Jobs, Building Credibility, Trust and Respect, Introduction to Government Contracting, The ABCs for Career Success, Embracing Change, Coaching for Success, Project Management for Administrative Assistants, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Two, three (3) day courses were also previously offered and delivered by certified trainers on Lean Six Sigma and Project Management Professionals (PMP).