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In addition to the Sailors attending in person, more than 29,000 tuned in virtually via Facebook live from the MyNavy Hr Facebook page.
Sailors spoke with senior leaders including Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) Vice Adm. John Nowell, Commander, Navy Personnel Command (CNPC) Rear Adm. Alvin Holsey, and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Russell Smith. Sailors also met with detailers, community managers, and a wide array of advisors for programs such as Warrior Toughness, MyNavy Career Center and eNavfit. The symposium aims to empower Sailors with the knowledge and tools they need to successfully manage their careers.
“It’s good to see that Sailors are out here asking questions so that they can get the answers to everything that they need so that they can enhance their career,” said Recruit Training Command, Chief Petty Officer Coffelt. “I think it’s great to see all the detailers out here so that the Sailors can ask them questions that they might not have otherwise been able to ask without going through their chain of command or reaching out to the detailer or waiting on an email they can get here and talk to these guys right now which is pretty awesome.”
CDS brings senior Navy leadership, enlisted community managers and detailers together with fleet Sailors to discuss what is happening in today’s Navy, as well as listening to their concerns regarding current and future Navy policy or procedures. Topics being discussed are MyNavy Career Center, the detailing process, enlisted advancement, and changes to performance evaluations.
Learn more about CDS at https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-Management/Talent-Management/CDS/.
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