Change implies risk and openness takes courage. How do you show up?
Posts By Dana Skelly
Developing servant leadership as part of your style is a natural evolution — if you are open and aware. It leads to a more holistic approach that outlasts any individual’s charisma and provides for your organization well into the future.
You can’t even think the name Fezziwig without smiling because it’s a fun combination of sounds and it brings up fond images. Learn how you can exemplify his leadership at your workplace.
Reframing how you approach teams can have a profound impact on process, products and — most importantly — people.
What I didn’t realize I was doing was learning more about our country and how it works than I ever could have from a book. Giving thanks through action–you often get more back than you realize.
Have you ever found yourself with your mind spinning on stressful thoughts? Ones that wake you up in the middle of the night? Ones that steal your energy and focus? This is “monkey mind.”
As a govie, I often find myself framing things as a letter in my mind that starts with “Dear U.S. Taxpayer.”It’s a great way to remind myself that what I’m working on is connected to something larger.
We all feel better looking back on accomplishments we can measure, see and touch. When we work for the government, this can feel like a challenge. To meet this challenge, we need to foster and maintain a sense of empowerment.
There is nothing like fighting a fire while you are also worried about the homes of your family, friends, neighbors and colleagues. When the fires start, our options are not many. It is before the fires start that we must rally.