Our clients have high-octane organizations to run, programs and initiatives to launch, and talent to hone. But with any ambitious mission comes unique operational challenges. ICF approaches complex workforce challenges with organizational learning and performance solutions that help clients improve their people, processes, and programs. Our specialists align their experience with your objectives to optimize performance at all levels.
We leverage our own interdisciplinary talent to include industrial and organizational psychologists, instructional technology and gaming experts, instructional systems designers, computational scientists, and human resources specialists, who have experience spanning the research to practice continuum. Our goal is to help maximize the value of your most important asset: your people.
Big things happen when two (and often more) of these professionals come together at ICF. In workforce performance and engagement, our team helps executives attract, retain and develop a high-quality workforce. Our dynamic learning solution helps create enduring behavioral change. In workforce planning and analytics, we synthesize data from within and outside the organization to visualize information and inform decisions about the workforce. We also offer guidance in cyber workforce to providing analysis and planning, cyber leader development, and cyber training.
A protocol for Decreasing Post-Traumatic Stress-Disorder (PTSD) related nightmares using Virtual Reality. This treatment leverages leading edge technological advances in biofeedback and virtual reality to illicit adaptive responses to acute stress.
This ICF infographic will help you determine whether you are making the most of your organization's investment in training and the opportunity to enhance employee performance.
Dr. Christina Curnow is the director of ICF's Workforce Research Center. Dr. Curnow has more than 15 years of experience conducting research and evaluations related to workforce issues, and she uses this expertise to provide organizations with actionable, innovative, and data-driven solutions to their workforce challenges. Specifically, she has experience related to training (live and virtual) research and evaluation, test development and validation competency model development and job analysis, and performance measurement and assessment of individual differences. In this capacity, she has worked with U.S. federal agencies, the U.S. military, state governments, and local governments.
Jeff has extensive federal HR and IT experience, including 13 years in the Senior Executive Service. He led HR for the Defense Logistics Agency, doing work cited by the Partnership for Public Service as a model for federal HR, and at the Department of Homeland Security. Jeff’s blog, ChiefHRO.com covers Federal HR and management matters.
Debra Tomchek has more than 39 years of experience in Federal human resources and human capital management, and more than 15 years of experience as a Federal Senior Executive. In her last Federal assignment at the Department of Homeland Security, she and her team led cyber workforce planning, analysis, and competency design for the DHS cyber workforce.
Janet Weisenford has more than 25 years of experience at the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), where she held executive leadership positions as executive director of the U.S. Navy’s Human Performance Center and director of the Joint Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Laboratory. She is on the Board of Directors for the National Center for Simulation and was recently recognized as a leader in the Central Florida Modeling and Simulation community. While in the U.S. Navy, she interfaced with senior leadership throughout DoD, Federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), as well as members of Congress and White House staff.