A completion practice asks that we give ourselves an opportunity to reflect on our experiences so that we may grow and learn from them – and be better for it in the year to come.
Posts By Neil Levine
As the incoming Biden-Harris administration-in-waiting deploys its Agency Review Teams (ARTs) across the federal government, here are some helpful ideas for getting off to a good start and setting the stage for long-term success.
With the appointment of Ron Klain as chief of staff, President-elect Joe Biden chose a skilled and seasoned professional with an impressive record of making government work.
Here are some do’s and don’t’s for both teams to look out for between now and the end of the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris Administration.
The good news for internationally-focused public servants looking for a change is that your skills abroad are in great demand here at home.
Right now, how well we are able to be together apart, is part of becoming resilient in the face of an ongoing, serious challenge.
Annual performance reviews needn’t be a dreaded rite of passage for managers and leaders. They can be opportunities to open up conversations about passion, purpose and possibility.
From global pandemic response to economic recovery, inter-governmental work to address complex crises is happening every day. Here’s how to navigate it all.
Federal workers rely on their agency IG to respond to reported cases of fraud, waste and abuse. They are thus key to our system of checks and balances.
Think about a person who has served as your mentor or once offered you career advice that really made a difference. What was the advice and how did it help?