Can you share your vision for marketing, strategy, communications, risk or any other plan with employees and stakeholders in a succinct way?
Posts By Laura Thorne
In order to stay relevant and sustainable, implement ways to document new knowledge every day, nurture it through systems and training routinely, and harvest it at least quarterly.
In our agencies, without taking a look around we may think we’ve done all we can do and are getting the best results. Or as they say, getting “good enough for government” results.
Turning engagement into action is even easier yet not often done. How is that done? By taking those engaged persons and setting them up to be empowered to make decisions and take action. Here are eight actions that you need to take to make this shift.
Here is the simple (but not easy) four-step process to excellence in government.
Have you ever taken the time to consider whether you’re in the right place or not? Most government employees haven’t.
If you want to start your next project, a strategy, or your career path off on the right foot, remember to not only look ahead but check to see what you’re taking on the journey with you.
Whether you’ve helped create your goals or they’ve been handed to you, ask yourself the following questions to help ensure they are the right goals for you and your organization. You can then use this info to have an informative discussion with your manager about your goals.
Setting time aside to complete a job search is important, and yet, we don’t tend to take the job search seriously until we really need to.
WWSJD? What Would Steve Jobs Do? Could Apple employees ask themselves this and know what to do in a tricky situation? Can your employees ask themselves what YOU would do in an unusual situation and know what they should do? In last week’s blog I introduced the Malcolm Baldrige and Florida Sterling business management modelsRead… Read more »