With the freeze of pay in the air, there are sure to be federal employees – particularly soon to be retirees- asking the question (or humming The Clash,) Should I stay or should I go?
Managers should not give up hope. Today in their joint “Keeping Talent” report, the Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton offer some strategies because: “Keeping the…Continue
The idea of personal branding has gained popularity in the last couple of years. It seems to mainly be used to refer to one’s online identity—meaning, mostly, what hits come up if someone Googles your name.
Like product branding, the personal brand includes a number of values and ideas. It includes what people used to call, in the old days, your reputation. Reputation includes information that used to only be available to people who actually knew you…Continue
Do you know who needs to be treated like trusted lovers, just friends or passing acquaintances? Successful leaders know how to manage the level of intimacy required to cultivate a range of relationships.
Technology, especially with the advent of social media (Facebook LinkedIn, etc.), and search (Google, etc.) has…
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In the run-up to Wednesday’s publication of the health and social care bill David Cameron is discussing his …Continue
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A new study out yesterday by the Pew Internet & American Life Project found that three-quarters of Americans…Continue
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I think it is more than exciting that HUD launched a blog. It gives the people whose lives they effect a way to interact with them. They even call it the interactive blog. The problem is that they forgot to make it interactive and user friendly. I love that they incorporated video but here are 5 things that HUD can do to make the HUDdle a much more "Interactive" and friendly blog. This can also apply to…Continue
Recently read an article that Facebook is becoming more firendly in hopes that more state governments join. A September 2010 NASCIO survey found legals problems in the original Facebook terms of service were one of the important barriest to statel and local governments joining.
Here's what's Facebook has agreed to do:
·strike the indemnity clause except to the…Continue
The other day someone asked me, “how do you justify the time you spend on Facebook and Twitter – don’t you have real work to do?” This was after I told my wife that I couldn’t make dinner yet because I had to finish up some work, only to have her chastise me for responding to some messages that I received on our company’s Yammer feed. Presumably, if I had instead been working in a spreadsheet or typing an…Continue
I am currently a student at The Maxwell School at Syracuse University working towards my Masters in Public Administration. I use this blog to write about my experiences at Maxwell, especially related to social media use in the public sector. You can follow me on Twitter: @pjfiorenza and please feel free to leave some comments! http://pjfiorenza.wordpress.com/
Who would have…Continue
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Literally in every GovLoop live chat, online training, or speech I give, I always get two questions "What are tips to having a large and successful Facebook page?" and "What is a good example of a government Facebook page?"
*****This is draft 3 with comments incorporated (thanks everyone) - leave comments for me and I'll incorporate and hopefully we'll have an awesome starting article for everyone in gov't starting a government facebook page.****
Here's my basics on…
My name is Craig Freshley and I’m in Brunswick, Maine. My one-page Group Decision Tips are shared around the world and are all posted for free at: www.GroupDecisionTips.com. There are about 140 Group Decision Tips available: all one-page pdf’s. They cover all…Continue
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