- Workforce relevancy: Through the use of cohorts, and support for supervisors, create an inclusive environment where diverse and mid-career recruits can succeed and thrive in the agency, and serve as the ambassadors for more to come.
- High Performing Teams; Focusing on high performance individuals and leaders is an illusion when you think about organizational success, and creating high performing teams is a more successful formula. An important role of the leader is to build a high performing team, and that is where innovation happens.
- Network skillset that builds on partnership skillset: We all need to build the skillset of working in networks, as opposed to just partnerships. Fundamental to this is that NPS cannot always be the dominant partner, and that relationships will be about more than just the financial contribution of the partner.
- Investing in employees: The organization should build the skills of employees in order to authentically engage, empower, and support themselves, fellow staffs and parks.
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Help us shape an action plan for the national parks’ second century. Please let us know whether we captured the right actions from the summit discussions and whether any are missing. Also please indicate which actions are of the highest priority and which actions the group you represent is willing to take on as a priority.
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