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Enhancing Customer Service Skills: HRU Flash Mentoring
Owl icon labeled HRU Flash Mentoring Program

  • What is the HRU Flash Mentoring and how will it help me with my career in HR?

    Flash Mentoring events have become a valuable training and networking tool for federal HR staff especially during these times of budget constraints and limited training and development funds. They are professional developmental opportunities for HR professionals across the government who want to gain valuable management and career development advice from experts in the field. Mentors share lessons learned for advancing in their federal careers, how to deal with setbacks or challenges, and what they wish they had known earlier in their career, especially when occupying a leadership position.

  • When and Where is the Next Flash Mentoring Event?

    Join us February 7th, 1:00 p.m. — 4:00 p.m. at the Department of Labor’s Great Hall of the Frances Perkins Building, for an afternoon of mentoring between HR leaders and HR staff. The discussion will focus on enhancing customer service skills. Speakers include Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Department of Labor, Edward C. Hugler, and Deputy CHCO, Sydney Rose.

    This event will give staff at the GS-9 through GS-13 level the opportunity to meet and solicit valuable advice and guidance as well as build professional competencies: Customer Service, Interpersonal Skills, Teamwork, HR Consulting, Organizational Awareness, Problem Solving.
  • How do I register for the Next Flash Mentoring Event?

    To register for the Flash Mentoring Event, go to: