Successfully Delivering Acquisition Training to A Remote Workforce

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How do we successfully train intangible concepts and skills to the virtual workforce? Here are a few tips from DTS’ Jamie Repesh to help you overcome the virtual hurdle. Training professionals are challenged when the content is more of a learned art than a science. Solutions have mostly consisted of combining adult learning principles with […]

DTS Named to Elite NVTC 2021 Tech 100 Companies

NVTC Tech 100 Honoree

Honorees for Third Consecutive Year DTS, delivering quality management consulting and IT services to public and private sector organizations, is proud to announce that the company was named to the elite 2021 NVTC Tech 100, a roster of cutting-edge companies, executives, innovators, NextGen leaders, and rising stars who are driving tech innovation, leading economic growth, […]

15 Ways To Empower Your Employees

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Managers are increasingly opting for a leadership style that empowers employees. Rather than just delegating tasks, they encourage their teams to be more independent in the workplace. Some benefits of this leadership style include increased growth, creativity, trust and overall satisfaction amongst employees. But how exactly can managers reap these benefits and empower their employees […]

The Best of DTS Issue 19: The New Landscape for Learning at Work

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As kids head back to school this fall, we can all be inspired to learn something new. We have to! Hiring has gone from challenging to nearly impossible, placing an emphasis on learning programs that enrich and develop the skills of current employees. Our focus for this newsletter therefore is all about learning on the […]

Building a Resilient Workforce

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Providing support for the federal government can create stress. For those who provide that support, their missions are complex. Adrenaline-fueled. Life or death. Not the stuff you’d talk about at a party, even if you could talk about it, which they can’t. Yet each morning they awake and tackle a new day. We know how […]

16 Ways To Preserve Company Culture In A Remote Environment

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Setting and maintaining a company culture is important for any business. However, doing this in a remote work environment can pose unique challenges. Fortunately, there are some simple ways leaders of remote teams can develop and preserve a strong company culture. Not sure where to begin with your virtual team? Read on for expert advice […]

The Best of DTS Issue 18: A Focus on Values

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In times of uncertainty and discord its core values that need rekindling. For some of us, the pandemic offered time for reflection – remembering why we work and what drives us. For others, our personal values kicked in automatically, helping to navigate tough work challenges. Defining the next normal will require every organization to examine […]

No Change, No Gain: How To Avoid Being A Change-Averse Organization

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The expression “no pain, no gain” is one that is widely used and offers foundational wisdom that can help organizations prosper. In athletics, pain is the result of trying to improve. Often, it’s the immediate result of an intense regimen of practice, strengthening, drills or studying your opponents. If winning is important, you quickly learn […]

What To Look For In An Office For The Next Normal

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We’re office shopping. After abandoning our space last year in favor of all-virtual work, we’re once again considering if — and how — we can return to the office. And we’re not alone. Roughly 40% of employers who shifted to remote work had plans to return to the office in some capacity by March 2021, […]