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Workforce 2020: The Future of Government

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Steve Dobberowsky, Senior Principal, Thought Leadership and Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand and Dawn Phillips, Acting Director of the OCC Leadership Institute, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

It’s hard to believe that 2020 is just around the corner, but it should be top of mind if you are thinking strategically about your talent. The future workforce isn’t only about  Millennials—it’s about the impact of technology, globalization, and the changing expectations of our employees of all ages. The workforce of tomorrow (and today!) expects to be hired, managed, compensated, and engaged much differently than they did even just ten years ago. We will tackle these topics and more during this webcast: 

  • an understanding of the needs and desires of the modern workforce
  • an understanding of how HR will serve the workforce of 2020
  • talent strategies for meeting the demands of the future workforce.
     

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Steve Dobberowsky
Steve Dobberowsky

Senior Principal, Thought Leadership and Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand

Steve has served 11 years of Federal Government competitive service with 7 years in HR and HR IT leadership roles ensuring effective talent management processes at a bureau level, at the Department level and at a Shared Service Center where he delivered solutions for multiple agencies. He is a proven, business-savvy leader with a track record of providing high quality, innovative services and solutions. He is also adept at achieving desired outcomes from multiple initiatives simultaneously, working collaboratively and decisively to overcome obstacles and deliver results, and creating a continuously learning, improving and adaptable organization. He has a resilient proficiency and is effective at heading up change efforts, building organizations, uniting divergent groups, and leading a diverse and geographically dispersed workforce. Utilizing his initial professional experiences as a high school teacher, he is a seasoned leader who leverages resources, information, knowledge, skills and technology to develop people, foster relationships and build partnerships.


Dawn Phillips
Dawn Phillips

Acting Director of the OCC Leadership Institute, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Dawn Phillips has 29 years of broad HR and HRD experience as an executive, manager, and specialist in the federal government. Currently she is the acting director of the OCC Leadership Institute at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Dawn was instrumental in creating this institute, which oversees the leadership and career development needs of all OCC employees. Previously, she was the Department of the Treasury’s human resources officer and the chief learning officer (CLO), serving in a senior executive position.

As the CLO, her portfolio included direction and oversite of the Treasury Executive Institute, serving Treasury’s executive and leadership development needs as well as those of another dozen member organizations outside the Treasury Department. Prior to that she was the senior HR adviser to the Treasury’s chief human capital officer, providing strategic direction, leading department-wide initiatives, influencing the highest levels within the organization, and working with interagency partners on a number of key initiatives. Dawn is a recognized thought leader in competency management and executive and leadership development. She is an experienced human resources officer at a bureau level in both an operating environment and in a policy office, as well as a leadership coach.
 


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