Federal CIO Suzette Kent and women IT leaders from across government shared their personal journeys, how they find balance and career lessons.
As communications changes from corporate communications to corporate conversations, it’s up to leaders to make sure they’re keeping up.
Here’s how you can aspire to be a great leader. As a leader, one of your main responsibilities is to define the reality for your teams.
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.
Creating your government budget is important to maintain a high-level of operational integrity while supporting organizational innovation.
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Not everyone is driven to come to work by the same factors. Learn what Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs can drive employee engagement at your agency.
An effective, planned change management strategy can minimize resistance, increase engagement, improve performance, reduce cost and enhance innovation.
Research from studies indicate meetings can often be unproductive, time consuming and create more questions than answers. This may be the result of not being C.L.E.A.R. Here are some things to consider.
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.