The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board is hosting a Pre-Retirement Seminar for Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) employees at the Goodfellow Federal Complex. This course covers:
COST: The total cost to attend the seminar is $55.00.
You will receive:
- A comprehensive manual outlining your retirement benefits
- A copy of the PP slides
- Light refreshments in both the morning and afternoon
Directions to Missouri Bluffs: Take the Missouri research park exit – first exit past Boone bridge. Follow the roundabout and take the first right. Go up the hill and take another right onto the 64 overpass. Follow past the hotel and the Missouri Bluffs is the next driveway past hotel.
Does your agency or organization have a presence in social media?
Is this presence being utilized to maximize visibility to both your external and internal target audience?
Have you considered developing a social media platform for your agency or organization?
To help answer these questions and more, your Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board, in partnership with the City of St. Louis Department of Public Safety, is hosting a one hour presentation titled, “Maximizing your Agency’s Social Media Presence”.
Ms. Sarah Gamblin-Luig, Deputy Commissioner, City of St. Louis Department of Public Safety, will be presenting to members of the federal community in the greater St. Louis area and will cover three specific areas:
1) Operationalizing social media
2) The process of selling the bosses on using social media, and
3) Ways you can use it to reach your target audience
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Agency heads, deputies, social media POCs, and public affairs/public relations personnel.
DATE: Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
TIME: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
LOCATION: Robert A. Young Federal Building
1222 Spruce Street, 2nd floor auditorium
St. Louis, MO 63103
COST: FREE but you must register to attend.
The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board, in partnership with the IRS, is hosting a one day leadership course titled, Servant Leadership.
This training was specifically developed for new leaders and managers (0-24 months) at the mid-level management positions (GS-7 to GS-12 and E-7 to O-3). This course covers the following areas:
- Definition of Servant Leader
- Mission Statement of a Servant Leader
- Comparative discussion on a Traditional Boss vs. Servant Leadership
- The 10 Principles of Servant Leadership
- How to Use Servant Leadership in your Job
COST: The course is FREE but attendees must sign up. Seats are limited at a first come, first serve basis.
PARKING: The following link will assist you with finding the best parking in and around the Robert A. Young Federal Building:
The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board (STL FEB) is one of the original ten Federal Executive Boards established by President John F. Kennedy on November 10, 1961 through a Presidential Directive.
The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board is a catalyst for better government through communication, coordination and collaboration among Federal offices across the St. Louis metropolitan area, Southern Illinois, Eastern Missouri, and Southwestern Kentucky. This FEB is comprised of over 90 federal agencies over 75 counties. The over 40,000 federal employees continually make a significant contribution to the area economy as well as a strong commitment to community services.