My father provided me valuable life and leadership lessons. Dad's work ethic has been an enduring example of how to model integrity and excellence.
Unequal wage compensation, gender imbalances in senior positions, inflexible schedules and even active disparagement of women continue to affect organizations of every size and in every industry. But the positive news is that there are basic steps your agency can take to create a better workplace culture for women and improve female retention.
Approaching leadership as a practice can help us avoid the leadership gap that occurs when we understand our leadership title to be a license to wield power, rather than the responsibility to offer inspiration.
This Q&A is part of a new GovLoop series called “CIO Conversations.” Throughout 2018 we’ll feature conversational interviews twice a month with current and former federal, state and local chief information officers to get to know the people behind the titles. You’ll learn about the perks and challenges of their job, how they ended up... Read more »
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Experts argue that the benefits to cloud and automation are greater than the difficulties. Panelists discussed this in a recent online training.
Leaders need to know what they should hoard and what they should purge. The key is finding the right balance in terms of time, people and guiding principles.
The basic question that I ask when answering whether I consider someone a leader or not is whether people are following them.
Succession planning is one of those critical tasks that organizations know they need to do. But few do it well — if at all.
The new year is almost here. That means it’s time to plan your professional development in 2018 with GovLoop’s list of the best online trainings for government employees.