Making a meeting a good one is both a science and an art. There are technical and logistical things you can improve, as well as the artful side – impactful tactics and learned skills to further engage participants and make the atmosphere of the meeting fun and useful.
Dr. Elizabeth Kolmstetter has worked for eight federal agencies over 25 years, and she says everyone has professional heroism inside them.
Being an influencer and gaining engagement for a project is often one of the most difficult jobs when you want to lead, but technically don’t have the authority. So what can you do?
The power invested in a single individual can truly make a difference in the lives of many. Accordingly, these powers must be safeguarded, managed carefully and not abused. With this mindset, government service can be highly rewarding.
Once you’ve landed the training money to attend a conference your excitement and anticipation might be through the roof. However, the reality of attending a conference can sometimes be overwhelming. Meeting new people in your industry can be fun, but it can often be difficult finding out which sessions work best for you and your… Read more »
Consider these six reasons to use stories as a core component of your leadership stratagy.
Fear of failure is a barrier to creating change and improving processes.
Innovation is often seen as a collection of ideas, happened upon through the organized chaos of the creatively gifted. But we can all learn to be more creative. Learn techniques to foster creativity and innovation in your team.
Establishing strong core values will help you and your organization perform better – not to mention avoid an ethics violation, public embarrassment or worse! Here are some ideas of possible core values to help you get started.
Resiliency is certainly a useful trait for navigating life, but what makes us resilient? Hannah Moss shared her top ten tips for building resiliency!