Why should you be interested in the Federal Managers Association?

February 11, 2011 — Are you a federal manager interested in learning more about supervisory skills? Would you like more information on the current issues affecting federal managers?

The Federal Managers Association is ready to answer these questions during its 73rd National Convention and Management Training Seminar in Arlington, Virginia March 13-16, 2011.

With so many changes in the federal government affecting federal managers, FMA has one day of its convention devoted solely to management training.

The training sessions range from “Hiring Reform – What It Means to Managers” to “Effective Communication – How to be Heard by Superiors with Credibility.” Speakers from the Office of Personnel Management, General Services Administration and Federal Labor Relations Authority will all participate.


FMA is also hosting a Day on the Hill during the National Convention where federal managers are invited to meet with their elected representatives.

Join host Debra Roth and the Federal Managers Association to learn more about FMA’s upcoming convention and training seminar and the top issues affecting federal managers.

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