Starting today, the new GovLoop and NextGen Book Club will cover six books about leadership that public servants can enjoy throughout 2020.
Repeatedly asking yourself and your team these four questions might change the direction of your organization and stop wasting time.
Should you show appreciation to someone who isn’t performing well?
When getting help improves performance, a person comes across as competent and capable. As we become more senior leaders, it is nearly impossible to succeed without help.
Leaders should let staff see them engaging in resilience practices and talk about why they prioritize certain activities and the impact they have on their abilities.
Being on a successful team with talented team members can be a fun ride, but working together well takes effort and intentionality.
Join us in celebrating another successful year of learning and personal growth by revisiting some of our favorite NextGen blog posts of 2019.
How do you manage change when it’s ongoing? That’s the challenge of DevOps.
Here are four ways you can recognize your star employees for their work when a bonus or a promotion isn’t an available option.
We tend to hire those who look, act, think, and sound like ourselves – often without even knowing it. We just inexplicably feel better about those who remind us of us. We mistakenly call it “hiring for fit.” But it really is our egocentric bias.