In the midst of a global health pandemic, we are seeing many good and some “not-so-good” leadership examples in business, government, and communities. Consider the Five “Y’s.” Ask yourself, who is worthy of your assessed designation as a leader?
Today, our primary concern should be for the people we lead. We must be intentional about placing our employees’ welfare front and center in our minds.
What can we do to help our employees, families, and friends to help them cope during this pandemic?
Managing stress can seem nearly impossible even on a typical routine day. So, how do we manage stress during such extraordinary times as now with the COVID-19 pandemic?
If you’re a govie, what ways has COVID-19 already changed things for you? What predictions do you have about how it will continue to change your agency, your work, your constituents or more? Let us know in the comments.
How do you adjust your mindset to be focused and productive when you’re working from home?
Effective communication for all levels of an organization is an important skill to develop for the success of any agency and its employees.
At the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Preston Werntz wants to make data literacy top of mind for all employees.
Change does not have to be an exhausting process. If we incorporate thoughtful change management practices into the change, we will help support individuals through change itself.
Three insights I’ve gained on leadership from reading books that aren’t about leadership.