Let’s think about “forever young” literally and the characteristics we all try to teach our children about how to be a good person. Presumably, we can take these same characteristics with us as adults. Here are some to consider.
Posts By Claudia Keith
I have become obsessed with the modern monarchy – Queen Elizabeth II specifically – and more recently, with Winston Churchill. Both are viewed as iconic figures of history that have faced challenges with courage, vigor and a love of country. But what about their leadership styles?
While fake news on the internet is nothing new, the role and the degree to which it may be playing in our decision making has taken on new significance.
Is there a way to cultivate being more of a risk taker if you don’t have a personality that trends that way? Let’s assume for a moment we’re not talking about reckless risk taking, but rather simply getting out of your comfort zone. Here are a few benefits to think about.
Has the availability of data and transparency of government information led to greater trust?
The ingredients of sportsmanship – treating others with respect, giving it your all and playing fair – are values that we can all seek to achieve – on and off the field.
These five truths of communications can help provide a foundation for all leaders and others in your organization to think about in developing their own communications strategy.
When it comes to bosses, millennials aren’t looking for a top-down manager. According to a recent study by Gallup, they are looking for coaches — somebody who will help develop their skills.
As baby boomers retire, organizations are faced with how to attract – and retain – younger employees. It’s a particular challenge for government organizations that may not seem like appealing – or lucrative – career paths. What do millennials – those 73 million individuals born between 1980 and 1996 – really want in a job?Read… Read more »
How will communications leaders be defined in the future? What skills will you need to be successful as roles evolve? Here are a few ideas.