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Impacts of COVID-19 on Workforce Development

In 2020, the switch to remote work had profound impacts on companies’ abilities to connect with their employees virtually. At FMP, our work shifted to meet the needs of our clients who were struggling to effectively deliver training to their staff. In February of this year, we surveyed 30 respondents to find out how the…

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FMP Awarded by the Washington Post as a Top Workplace in 2020!

We are thrilled to announce that we have been selected as one of the Washington Post’s Top Workplaces for 2020! We’re honored to have our unique culture and high employee engagement recognized by the Washington Post. Of the top 200 organizations, FMP was one of 80 small businesses awarded best place to work in the…

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FMP Among Top 40 Vendors to Earn a Place on GSA OASIS SB Pool 1

On November 15, FMP was awarded a spot on the General Services Administration’s (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB) contract vehicle. FMP is among the top 40 scoring vendors to earn a place in OASIS SB Pool 1, which includes services related to program management, management consulting, logistics, engineering, financial…

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Top Trends from SIOP 2018

Some of our FMP team recently attended the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) 2018 National Conference in Chicago and brought back some helpful information to share! These noteworthy take-aways reflect the trends and discussions that will no doubt influence human capital management practices in the coming years. HR Technology is Quickly Evolving. The private…

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Partnering on Competency Modeling: A Recap and Way Forward

For those of you who couldn’t attend the Partnership for Public Service’s workshop on competency modeling on February 22nd, we’re happy to report that it was a packed house! Demonstrating the diverse interests government employees have about competencies, attendees spanned most Departments and included I-O psychologists, HR specialists, training specialists, and leaders within technical areas…

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Competency Modeling: Planning for Workforce Success

On February 22nd, FMP Consulting is teaming up with the Partnership for Public Service to host a workshop on the effective use of competencies in the Federal Government: Competency Modeling: Planning for Workforce Success. The Partnership for Public Service in Washington, DC will be hosting the in-person event and offering a virtual option for those…

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Getting Conscious about Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias has been a hot topic in recent years. There are many terms that are used to describe the phenomenon, such as implicit attitudes, implicit bias, subtle bias, and nonconscious bias. No matter what term you use, the goal is to understand peoples’ biased behaviors to help improve how individuals interact and collaborate. If…

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Excella Consulting and FMP at LEAD2018: Best Practices in Leadership Development

We are excited that both FMP Consulting and our client, Excella Consulting, are co-winners of the 2018 LEAD Award in the category of Best Use of Simulation! This is the second year in a row Excella has been recognized by HR.com’s LEAD Award for their multi-level Leadership Development Program, designed in partnership with FMP. Our…

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Are You Leading a High Performing Team?

FMP is excited to announce that our very own Stacy Cook has been selected as the keynote speaker to present “How Great Teams Can Work Together” at the Public Affairs Council’s Advocacy Conference, a two-day event on February 6 and February 7, 2018 in Orlando, Florida! Her presentation will focus on the qualities of high…

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Human Resources (HR) Data, Systems, and Analysis

When it comes to Human Resources (HR), there are a variety of data and systems that organizations can use to inform strategic decision making and business planning. However, it is not always clear which data should be used for which purposes, or how to best track, access, and analyze this data so that it can…

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