As a government employee, you are here to serve. The public entrusts you with their hard-earned tax dollars to seek optimum solutions, act in their best interest, and represent them with honesty and integrity. It is easy to lose sight of this when the needs of superiors, coworkers, and the public are in conflict.
If your workplace is like mine, you are constantly being barraged with priority changes, usually accompanied by sudden deadlines to meet an impossible set of criteria.
At a basic level, a leader’s job is to make decisions. Understanding decision-making styles is a key persuasion technique that will lead to success.
We all want to be our best selves at work but that doesn’t mean we have to give up the things that make each us unique.
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Organizations must take proactive steps to infuse diversity. It will not happen on its own and you can’t simply rely on employees to lead the way.
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Turning engagement into action is even easier yet not often done. How is that done? By taking those engaged persons and setting them up to be empowered to make decisions and take action. Here are eight actions that you need to take to make this shift.
Everyone has a personal brand—it just may not be what you want it to be. By being intentional and proactive, leaders can help shape their own reputation, as well as the impact and influence of their team.
How do you navigate a team to a sustainable agreement? This simple method will help.