Here are some of our lessons learned that you could use to prepare your own municipal fellowship program for its next set of innovators.
Conflict is inevitable. The good news is that it doesn’t have to end in disaster.
Two CIOs from state and local government will discuss and compare challenges at the State and Local Virtual Summit on Wednesday, 9/19.
There are those out there that say everyone should learn to code. There are others that say don’t learn to code. There is also a movement known as Low-Code/No-Code. The truth is somewhere in the middle.
When employees feel truly appreciated for what they do and who they are, resistance to change can be reduced significantly.
A quality mentorship can be instrumental in advancing your career, but be ready to put in the work needed to make it successful.
In the old days, simply working hard would get you noticed. Times have certainly changed. Hard work is no longer enough to prosper in today’s competitive workplace. You must amp it up to leave a lasting impression and differentiate yourself from others.
If legislatures want their staff to feel safe, they need to put better measures in place to help safeguard staff who come forward regarding these abuses of power.
Have I made a difference? Have I left my mark? Here are found five powerful lessons I found, as I moved through that reflective thought process.
Many employees err by assuming that only management and executive staff need to strive for greater emotional intelligence. Actually, fine-tuning emotional intelligence is for everyone.