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Learn how to develop a robust assessment program around enslavement and race, with ongoing training and support, to help maintain a competent, knowledgeable, and empathetic workforce.
You will find instructions and a job aid to facilitate creating a lexicon associated with the legacies of enslavement and race.
Access research completed by or for the National Park Service, National Capital Area.
A derailer is a behavior or actions that limits our effectiveness, prohibits growth/change, and stymies success. Learn to recognize derailers and find a few examples of them.
Access a contact list for the Legacies of Enslavement and Race project here.
Overview As the Legacies Workgroup’s steering committee laid the groundwork for this assessment tool, they kept returning to a series of foundational principles that would create a framework for understanding the rubric’s content. The Four Truths, non-negotiables, and detailers all play a role in grounding the intentions of the assessment tool. Non-negotiables are the forensic/factual
The assessment rubric was created for NCA parks and programs to use in a baseline or ongoing evaluation of their current practices.
Learn more about the new NPS leadership program, Leadership Revolution; this opportunity is open to all employees in Interior Regions 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
This page provides general information on the Legacies of Enslavement project, its purpose, and supporting resources.
This annotated bibliography offers new and updated research that will help us update our understanding and interpretation of the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement.
On this page you will find training resources for community and stakeholder involvement.
In this resource, you will find a list of links to digital research on the history of enslavement in the National Capital Area.
This page provides the user with an orientation to the resources created to address the Legacies of Enslavement and Race in NCA parks that are available to employees and volunteers.
In this resource, you will learn to identify the 28 competencies of a successful leader; comprehend how proficiency levels encourage personal development; and recognize the connection between competency-based leadership and organizational success.
Instead of “going big or going home,” try breaking your giant goal into smaller more realizable “micro habits." Use this resource to learn how to identify “ridiculously small” micro habits that you can sustain before building on.
Mix up your day and join “27FM,” an easy, fun, and social “break from the norm.” Together we will step outside of our comfort zone to engage our senses, tickle our funny bones, create new things, and learn about each other.
This page is designed for National Park Service employees who want to explore funding options for external educational opportunities.
Want to experience some of what the new program Leadership Revolution (L-REV) has to offer on your own? You can immerse yourself is some of the learning content by completing the following leadership competency tutorials.
In this compelling and touching TED Talk, Karen Eber explains the neuroscientific power of storytelling, and why, as a leader, you should be framing your ideas around meaningful stories.
In this resource, IDEO U explains the purpose of brainstorming and provides instructions for running a brainstorming session, plus much more!
Workplace accountability is possible. But how? In this Freedom at Work Talks video, Garry Ridge, CEO of the WD-40 company, shares his secret.
What is the secret ingredient of exceptional customer service? Find the answer in John Boccuzzi's spirited Ted Talk on what turns casual consumers into brand-loyalty ambassadors.
In this TED Talk, Amy Gallo, the author of the HBR "Guide to Dealing with Conflict," explores why people avoid disagreements and shares tools for how to navigate conflict with compassion and confidence.
Are you stuck in a rut? Feeling bound by your routines and the everyday norm? In this TED Talk, Matt Cutts, a Technologist, delivers a lighthearted call to action, a new way to look at life and challenge yourself to seek out the unfamiliar.
Learn more about available tools and practices to identify, capture, and transfer knowledge among employees.