Three topics of critical significance not only to government and business in general, but to the success of the greater population and quality of life.
Posts By Lori Okami
Every employee is a link in a chain of business activities which produce or provide a product or service. Employers who educate their workforce in process and systems find greater effectiveness and efficiency.
Organization culture exists whether you commit resources to it or not.
Those who follow the ‘golden rule’ and treat people the way they themselves want to be treated are now told that isn’t good enough. Strong relationship bonds stand the test of time.
Employees want to feel heard, respected, and valued. If you don’t recognize and invest in your people, you will lose them mentally and/or physically.
As a government employee, you are here to serve. The public entrusts you with their hard-earned tax dollars to seek optimum solutions, act in their best interest, and represent them with honesty and integrity. It is easy to lose sight of this when the needs of superiors, coworkers, and the public are in conflict.
Organizations must take proactive steps to infuse diversity. It will not happen on its own and you can’t simply rely on employees to lead the way.
Exercise your right to select your team members…projects fail, stall, or become dysfunctional with the wrong people.
Businesses are talking about employee engagement being the secret to success, but ask them how to get there and responses span the spectrum.
Government leaders of tomorrow must navigate the path through increased citizen expectations, higher employee demands, and become experts at aligning operations to achieve the vision in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Ready yourself for tomorrow’s human resource demands!