By Arsenio R. Cortez Jr.
/ Published July 27, 2022
Robert Romer (front right), director of Talent Management Office (TMO) and Dr. Mathew Jobe (front left), TMO’s chief learning officer and director of Guardian Development for the U.S. Space Force, discusses the accomplishments and future path of the Guardian Ideal implementation during a town hall meeting at the Space Systems Command headquarters in Space Base Delta 3, July 13. The Guardian Ideal, launched in September 2021, is a foundational document that is designed as a new talent management approach to tap into the space industry talents who possess the character, skills and commitment in line with the Space Force needs, to develop interconnected high-performing teams. (U.S. Space Force photo by Van Ha)
Dr. Mathew Jobe (right), TMO’s chief learning officer and director of Guardian Development for the U.S. Space Force, listens to Col. Heather B. Bogstie (left) with Space Sensing Directorate as she fields a question referring to a new performance appraisal system during the Guardian Ideal town hall meeting at the Space Systems Command. The new approach to performance appraisals, expected by the end of fiscal year 2023, will constitute ongoing assessment of individual performance, focus on the team’s mission, collect data from multiple sources, and use expert developed measures. (U.S. Space Force photo by Van Ha)