The world lost a great innovator this week, but the way we honor his memory is to be inspired by the stories he told and the example he set. You are never too old to start innovating.
You’ve done it! You’ve scored that corner office and now you get to manage a team of people as a first-time manager. Now what?
Let me share five guiding principles that can help appreciation “stick” in your workplace.
This gift guide solves your holiday shopping problems. It’s filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
As we come to the end of the year, govies of all levels and functions should be considering what’s on the horizon for technology and how it could affect their agency, mission, and day-to-day work in 2019.
Decisive leaders have a likelihood to be serious when determining when to take action. They use key decision making process, which is one of the best attributes to display the sincerity to the organizations they lead. Good leaders are good “Big Picture Thinkers”.
Reputation management is a critical component to business success the world over, so why are government agencies failing to manage their own reputation?
The real question to ask, however, is now that the Democrats control the House, what does that mean for Trump’s protectionist trade agenda?
Forming a team to carry out day-to-day operations can present challenges even in organizations where members fall under the authority of centralized and hierarchical leadership. Operating with a newly formed cross-functional team in a disaster zone increases the challenges and the stakes.
Even with administration changes and department shifts, how can you keep government millennials on board for the long haul? Use these strategies to keep the millennial generation on your payroll.