I still don’t have all the answers in regard to my career transition, but I am getting close, and the experience of writing and reporting is a magnificent and productive strategy of learning by doing.
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Being and feeling prepared helps us feel in control and more effective. You increase your impact when you’ve thought about what you want to say and have ready answers to these four simple yet crucial questions.
Evergreen content isn’t just reserved for knitting tutorials or tips on getting new clients; it can be very applicable to government communications as well. Whether it’s a how-to on sorting recycling or a listicle of the top five places for bird watching, it will drive traffic to your website and gain attention on social media.
Imagine getting through the workday without a wireless connection. You probably can’t. That’s because for most of us, wireless access has shifted from optional to essential.
What tactics have you incorporated to improve your public speaking or presentation skills? Here are a few I learned.
Combined with limited to non-existent budgets, government communicators must get creative to share their agency’s message. Thankfully, there are several useful and free platforms and apps to help communicators execute their varied roles with ease.
If you haven’t gotten to all of your professional plans for 2020 yet, you may be feeling the pressure. But GovLoop has an opportunity for you.
For government agencies wanting to take a proactive stance and be more strategic with their public image, the key is to identify newsworthy stories within the organization.
Memes are a popular way to communicate and can be very effective. However, there are a couple of concerns that government has about them.