I believe gratitude is slowly fading from our everyday lives. We’re too busy, too tired, too stuck within our own heads to pause and be thankful.
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Fear. Anger. Excitement. Relief. Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, it’s safe to say that this presidential election brought emotions to the forefront. While we reflect on the circumstances, actions, and results of the last few months, I can’t help but observe the powerful role emotions play in our decision-making.
Here are three private sector best practices that seem to be a challenge in the government.
Regardless of whether you’re in the throes of budgeting, or you have a reprieve for another six months, here are a few guidelines to give your budget the makeover it needs to become more understandable and engaging to the public.
I have bad news for you. Most people find data really, really boring. Really boring. That means that our charge is to figure out the story behind the data and communicate it in a compelling way.
You’ve hosted open houses, you’ve ask questions on social media, you’ve created an online feedback form. But you’re still not getting the community engagement you want – and need. You’ve built it, but they’re not coming. Here’s what you might be missing.
Getting buy-in on a new idea is a critical component of creating positive change in your organization. A few tweaks to your approach could improve your presentation and communication skills – are you ready to put that next big idea into action?
Learn how to effectively share your government story so residents truly remember.