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FDR is known for delivering
the best ROI for your
agency’s training dollar.

Prior attendees say:

“With the training and networking you take away,
FDR practically pays for itself!”

"FDR gives agencies ‘more bang for their buck.’”

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Year after year, FDR provides federal practitioners with first-rate and timely guidance plus best practices to help reduce workplace conflict, avoid costly claims and better manage staff.

Some highlights for FDR 2014 include:

  • Jeff Neal, 2010’s Government Executive CHCO of the Year, will kick off FDR as he shows you how to motivate your staff, strengthen team morale and recruit the best and brightest during these tumultuous times
  • Unparalleled opportunities to interact with government leaders and experts in federal employment law, human resources and alternative dispute resolution
  • Peer-to-peer networking and the chance to exchange ideas with your colleagues
  • Unique break-out sessions covering hot-button topics including the Douglas factors, writing mediated settlement agreements, psychiatric disabilities, leave and performance management
  • Plus so much more!

Check out the full program, then REGISTER TODAY!

Add the July 14 workshops to your training pass for only $199!

REGISTER for a Sessions & Workshops pass, and choose from 6 half-day workshops that will delve deep into: conflict resolution; negotiations; recruiting, hiring and retaining individuals with disabilities and so much more. Or choose to attend one of four full-day workshops on retirement, leave and RIFs or the EEO Counselor/Investigator Training which meets EEOC standards for the per annum training requirements for federal EEO counselors and investigators! 

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