November 30, 2021
The BGRS team looks forward to welcoming the conference delegates to our virtual booth and to exploring how to improve employees’ experience through mobility programs during a 90-minute panel session.
The Senior Executives Association (SEA) Annual Federal Leadership Summit, the Federal government’s premier leadership development and policy gathering, will be held on December 8-10, 2021. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s summit theme is “Embrace Change & Lead Transformation” and the event, which is normally held in Washington D.C., will be conducted virtually. BGRS is a proud platinum sponsor of the event and will be in attendance for the 15th year in a row.
BGRS will be a featured panelist and lead a 90-minute session on December 9 from 2:30-4:00 PM EST. The panelists, Joe Genautis, Chief Information Officer, BGRS, Sally Tomte, SVP Customer Experience, BGRS, and Sydney Heimbrock, Chief Industry Advisor for Government, Qualtrics will take a deep dive into improving employees’ experience through mobility programs. Topics to be discussed include focusing on employee engagement to employee experience to better attract and retain critical talent. Trends impacting today’s leaders such as employee onboarding, workplace flexibility, performance management and rewards will also be examined.
As a platinum sponsor, BGRS will also have a virtual exhibit at the event. Members of the BGRS team will meet with attending Senior Executives Association members to discuss U.S. and Canadian government relocation and talent management program trends and evolution post-pandemic.
The Senior Executives Association is a professional association for career members of the Senior Executive Service and equivalent positions, retired and former career federal Senior Executives and equivalent, and aspiring leaders as part of the organization’s leadership pipeline program. For over 40 years, the organization has been the consistent voice for career leaders advocating for good government solutions to the challenges facing leaders.
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