Over the past week I’ve been talking about the rise of toxic leaders. Of course, the best way to deal with toxic supervisors is to not to hire them in the first place. Your next best option is to move them out of roles responsible for other people ASAP. A great way to do this… Read more »
Posts By Jeri Buchholz
Over my career, I have worked for many toxic leaders in many toxic organizations. As a result, I have become something of an expert on identifying the warning signs.
To all you public servants out there, what you do matters. What you say matters. You matter. Not just as a sworn officer of the federal government, but as an individual person. You are not a cog.
The stories of federal government employees and what they accomplish will amaze and inspire you. Every story could be its own miniseries.
One of the most interesting things I’ve observed about telework is that it shines a bright spotlight on leadership and supervision in an organization.
The big question is, is phased retirement right for you? The answer may come down to which retirement system are you in.
With so many people teleworking and working in virtual environments, you need to make every opportunity for personal interaction count. That means having an elevator speech that flows effortlessly off your tongue.
Here are five things you can do right now that will prepare you and your colleagues for the virtual world of work that’s coming.
The upcoming presidential election has my brain swirling.
Telework is not a thing. It’s a means to an end. The real conversation needs to be about the federal government operating in a fully virtual environment.