An array of webinars ranging from Black History Month celebrations to the Start of Women’s History Month offers the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally
As federal employees juggle various responsibilities, it can be challenging to find the time and resources to develop both personally and professionally. Here are upcoming webinars hosted by government agencies and FEEA partners that provide valuable insights and strategies to navigate tough challenges and achieve personal and career growth.
Black History Month Chat: Black Resistance, Energy, & Climate Justice
Monday, February 27 at 1:00 PM ET
Host: U.S. Department of Energy
Join DOE for a special conversation about Black leadership in energy and climate, and how we can advance equity and justice for underserved and overburdened communities.
New Supervisors in Government Virtual Networking Event: Change Management 101 – How to Prepare Your Team for Change
Monday, February 27 at 4:00 PM ET
Host: Gov Loop
Virtual #networking event centered on discussing #change #management tips and tricks. Specifically, you’ll learn:
- Two change management frameworks that can help your team better embrace change.
- Tips from a change management expert on how to pitch change to your team so they can embrace it.
- The biggest pitfalls to avoid when a change occurs.
Together in Innovation: Agricultural Advances
Tuesday, February 28 at 3:00 PM ET
Learn how innovators with different backgrounds can come together to create new inventions and businesses. Special guests and expert panelists will cover:
- How diverse teams are an essential part of a successful business strategy
- The challenges that women innovators often face and overcome in agricultural innovation
- Valuable resources that innovators can use to protect their intellectual property (IP) and secure funding for their enterprises
Rare Disease Day
Tuesday, February 28 at 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET
Host: National Institute of Health
Rare Disease Day at NIH aims to raise awareness about rare diseases, the people they affect, and NIH collaborations that address scientific challenges and advance research for new treatments.
2023 Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium, Part One: Leading Change
Wednesday, March 1 at 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM ET
Hear from women who are leading change in their fields as they share their experiences as innovators, entrepreneurs, and role models. Gain insight from these change agents on the value of developing and protecting your intellectual property. Panelists will cover:
- How women can impact the next generation of leaders
- The challenges that women innovators often face and overcome
- Securing support to commercialize your idea
Women on Wednesdays: Celebrating Women’s History Month
Wednesday, March 1 6:00 PM ET
Host: American University Women & Politics Institute
Virtual conversation w/ The New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Cobbs (Texas A&M University) on her forthcoming book, “Fearless Women: Feminist Patriots from Abigail Adams to Beyoncé.”
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