Do you feel awkward confronting someone who has said something that makes you uncomfortable? How do you handle uncomfortable but necessary conversations at work? Here’s how you can get through them.
Perception is a funny thing. It can change so much between our internal view and the way others view us externally.
As communications changes from corporate communications to corporate conversations, it’s up to leaders to make sure they’re keeping up.
It’s that time again: The annual Granicus National Summit is taking place right here in Washington, D.C. on April 3. And this year, we have 28 government and industry speakers lined up to present on new trends in digital engagement and modernization in the public sector.
Debriefing after a crisis allows you to discuss and record lessons learned. This valuable information will hopefully help you avoid similar pitfalls in the future. Here’s what you can learn from the recent Facebook crisis.
What can you learn from this TED Talks speaker about data visualization and effective storytelling?
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive when I’m training groups is: “Are there generational differences related to the 5 languages of appreciation?” The simple answer is: Yes, there are.
Miscommunication is something to avoid, especially in the office because it causes confusion and uneven expectations. Here’s how you can practice clear communication.
From a managerial perspective, what exactly are we doing to address the unspoken and the unknowns? In other words, how do we excel in anything other than the ideal environment?
An illustration of the pros and cons to an open office layout and the five key objectives to any effective workplace.