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Bringing Professionals Together

Using Social Learning to Mentor Agency Professionals

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Andrew Krzmarzick, Director of Community Engagement, GovLoop

What if there was a virtual, government-wide mentoring program that not only reached out across the varying levels of government (federal, state, and local), but also bridged the expanse between agencies, experience, and geographical distance? Enter GovLoop, a vibrant online community connecting more than 50,000 public sector professionals.

In 2011, GovLoop launched a virtual mentoring program that connected retired civil servants with professionals who were relatively new to the public sector and seeking to move their career to the next level. In this webcast, Andrew Krzmsrzick, community manager and mentors program coordinator for GovLoop, offers an inside look at the design, development, and delivery of the program, as well as lessons learned. And mentors and mentees who participated will share how the GovLoop program has worked for them.

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Presenter

Andrew Krzmarzick
Andrew Krzmarzick

Director of Community Engagement, GovLoop

Andrew Krzmarzick is a leading thinker, trainer, and trailblazer on social media, generational diversity and mobile work environments. In October 2009, he became the Community Manager for GovLoop.com, the premiere social network for people in and around government.

Prior to moving to GovLoop full-time, Andrew was a Senior Project Coordinator at the Graduate School (USDA), where he designed and delivered high-impact, hands-on training, including courses titled “Focusing the Power of Four Generations,” “Wikis and Webcasts and iPods, Oh My!” and “Telework: A Manager’s Perspective.” 

Andrew has facilitated workshops and presented at scores of government agencies and conferences, and is the author of the GenerationShift blog (http://www.genshift.com). His work and insight has been featured in the Washington Post, The Public Manager and Government Executive magazines and on Federal News Radio.

Andrew earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University. He also has a MA in Theology from The Catholic University of America and a BA in Philosophy from Iowa State University.
 


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