At some point during your career it’s almost certain that you’ll observe someone who will demonstrate leadership style you want to emulate or want to avoid. Here’s four styles and how to spot them.
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Think you’re a good government leader? See if you are implementing these tips from gov workforce expert, Tom Fox.
Three things your organization can do to defend and continue diversity initiatives under the new incoming Administration.
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For over two years I lived on the outskirts of Barranquilla, Colombia, in a small, impoverished township with more dirt roads than paved ones, working as an English consultant in a K-11 public school. Now, over a year after returning to my birth country, I find myself doing something I swore to myself I would… Read more »
Kanban boards are a time-tested visual productivity tool to plan your work and communicate more effectively with your manager.