Special National Security Personnel System (NSPS) Training Workshops Developed - Humadyn Launches Special Division for NSPS Success

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Humadyn launches special training division for success under the National Security Personnel System, (NSPS).

Humadyn, http://www.humadyn-nsps.com, a Nashville-based company focused on workplace performance training, has announced the formation of a special division focused entirely on training Department of Defense (DoD) civil service employees under the DoD's National Security Personnel System (NSPS) rating system.

The first of many training initiatives for Humadyn's NSPS division will focus on a series of single and multi-day workshops called Taking Charge of NSPS - How to Market, Manage and Participate in Your Performance Improvement and Appraisal Process.

Highlights of the Taking Charge of NSPS workshops include:
•How to develop your performance in order to establish yourself as a "premium" employee and add value to your organization,
•How to systematically track, monitor and document your performance successes and set yourself up for the "optimum" appraisal process,
•How to be a "pro-active" participant in your performance evaluation and appraisal conversation,
•How to write "high impact" contribution statements and self-assessments

Humadyn CEO, and USAF retiree, Kevin McNulty suggests that NSPS not only establishes a new system, but will fundamentally impact the culture of DoD. Therefore, "those who make the mind shift, adapt to the new ways of doing things, and develop the necessary skills to do so will ultimately succeed under NSPS and that's what is Taking Charge of NSPS is all about" says McNulty.

Information regarding the NSPS workshops can be viewed by visiting:

About Humadyn's NSPS Division: The NSPS division is a part of Humadyn's Center for Human Relations Growth & Achievement. Humadyn is a leader in the performance development industry specializing in helping managers, supervisors, and employees succeed under NSPS. Program leaders work with individuals, teams, and organizations to make positive steps toward change, to engage in professional development from the inside out, and to develop the critical skills and core competencies needed to succeed under NSPS.


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