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Study after study shows that team leaders who practice humility tend to see better outcomes, including more innovative work.
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Agencies may not be able to compete with industry on salaries, but they can attract talent by creating an environment developers love.
Negativity might make us uncomfortable, but it can provide us with valuable insight into what’s happening with our team.
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A recent study has found that employees with emotionally intelligent bosses tend to be happier and more effective.
Organizations that don’t innovate often fall behind. There are ways to overcome obstacles, though, and convince your manager to take a chance.
No agency has all aspects of data sharing down to a science, but we are seeing greater awareness around what data can do
GovLoop recently asked its readers to share their advice and tips for government employees looking for the next step in their careers