With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many office workers to telework, it’s time to explain virtual meeting rules of engagement, along with a few helpful tips.
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Today, our primary concern should be for the people we lead. We must be intentional about placing our employees’ welfare front and center in our minds.
It’s time for the public sector to fully embrace technology and innovate like never before. We must improve our services, increase employee productivity and reduce processing times. The public we serve needs us to be at the top of our game. The future of our communities depends on it.
Good leaders monitor the emotional climate of their teams, and they take appropriate steps to bring it closer to equilibrium when the collective emotional state of the team strays away from its proper balance.
The future belongs to millennials. And that is a good thing. Our former ways of doing government are not sustainable.
Using a holistic approach to leadership not only improves our organization’s chances of success but also enriches the lives of those we lead and their communities.
Self-awareness is key to having good relationships at work. How is yours?
An organization led by people of integrity who hire honest workers and embrace a culture of honor is bound to be staffed by highly-engaged employees. Having engaged employees is the most effective driver of success.
What would you add?
To solve new problems, we must train ourselves to push our minds beyond our limited memory banks. One way to force yourself to think creatively is through crazy concept ideation.