Success Strategies for Surviving the Return to Office

Success Strategies for Surviving the Return to Office

Attendees Can Earn 1 CPE Credit

Thursday, Sept. 21 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. ET

GovLoop Offices, 1152 15th St NW #800,
Washington, DC 20005

Registration Is Free

Where you work from has become a political hot potato. But the politicians aren’t the ones who are returning to the office and transitioning to more in-person work, you are.

And we know that it hasn’t been an easy transition for some of you. A recent Federal Times survey found that half of federal employees have applied for a new job since 2021 when agencies were first formally told to initiate return-to-office plans in the wake of the pandemic. So, what can be done?

Join us at the GovLoop offices on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 4:30-6:30 p.m. ET to hear government leaders share strategies, tools, and perspectives on the current work environment, and set you and your teams up for success.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How the push for more in-person work is impacting government employees and leaders and the organizational health and performance of organizations.
  • How to advocate for workplace flexibilities including hybrid or remote work.
  • Tools and Tips for maintaining your own personal motivation, engagement, productivity and work life harmony.

You'll hear from:



[4:30:-5:15 p.m.] Registration and Networking

Grab your name badge, free swag, food and a drink to network with your colleagues.

[5:15-5:40 p.m.] Lightning Perspectives from Government Leaders on the Current Environment 

What are the most pressing challenges facing agencies as they return to the office on a more permanent basis? Hear perspectives from different government leaders about how they are preparing. 

[5:40-6:30 p.m.] Networking, Food and Drinks!


GovLoop Offices, 1152 15th St NW #800,
Washington, DC 20005

  1. The closest metro stops are:
    • McPherson Square station on the orange, silver and blue lines (6 min. walk from the Vermont St. exit)
    • Farragut North station on the red line (8 min. walk from the L St. exit)
  2. Parking: Street parking and paid parking will be available on site.