Your personal brand is what makes you unique. It is what distinguishes you, and how people remember you. Your personal brand comprises your entire image: It’s how you communicate to the world online and offline to your citizens, your colleagues and your network. Phone conversations, emails you send, the way you conduct meetings—these are allRead… Read more »
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.
Dealing with the “how” of creating an event that gets everyone engaged in co-creating a solution.
When it comes to marketing and branding, what does the city clerk’s office have in common with Amazon? A lot more than you might think.
You don’t need a big budget or a big idea to build community at work. In this post I share one idea I have used in the past to foster community growth.
Before you develop your next internal comms strategy or craft your next one-off piece of content, asking the three questions below can get you moving toward content that adds value to your organization’s portal.
Those working in the public sector may at some point find themselves having to deal with public scrutiny. Take a long-term, proactive relationship-building approach, rather than waiting until issues explode and you are caught fighting fires.
Communication can often be an afterthought. But if you frame your message correctly, it’s easier to get the results you want.
While emoji have become commonplace, using them to enhance messages has become more nuanced and, sometimes, complicated. Let’s look at some issues that emoji enthusiasts in government should know about.