Virtual Event: Modernizing the Government Workplace
Leveraging Technological & Cultural Transformation to create the agile and inclusive workplace of the future
(Start: 9:00AM PT / 12:00PM ET)
While the nature and modalities of work have been shifting for years, COVID-19 forced a new approach to work that will impact us for yeas to come; and the public sector is not immune to that reality.
As COVID begins to recede in many locations around the country – many have begun exploring what the workplace will look like post-pandemic and just how irrevocable that change may be. Many leaders, in both the public and private sectors, are adamant about a return to pre-pandemic office expectations; but how realist is that? How necessary will the office be in the foreseeable future?
Such a profound shift in approach offers opportunities – and challenges. Addressing those challenges up front helps to ensure that public sector leaders are able to build policies and strategies that will drive the workplace, and workplace standards, for decades to come.
Public Sector Network’s Modernizing the Government Workplace Virtual Event will bring together leading HR, Workplace and Human Capital leaders from throughout the public sector who are helping to imagine the workplace of the future.
Examine various workplace modalities including remote, hybrid and in-person and how they will impact your staff and your mission
Explore how the workplace will be directly linked to our nation’s economic recovery and the impact that will have on the public sector
Discuss both technological and cultural factors that are transforming the workplace
Hear from public sector leaders from every level of government
Dr. Trish Holliday
Former-Chief Learning Officer of the State of Tennessee
City of Memphis (TN)
Colleen J. McManus
State of Arizona Department of Administration, Human Resources Division
US Federal Government
New York University
City of Oklahoma City