Dealing with setbacks successfully is all about resilience. The ability to bounce back is what will keep you productive, positive, and strong when your personal or professional life isn’t going according to plan. What can you do to overcome a setback and move forward?
Government leaders are going to have to adapt moving forward.
In my last post, we explored the idea that tapping into one’s creative mind can become easier with practice. Practicing something is straightforward- if one knows what to do. But what if we aren’t in touch with our inner selves, and we don’t know what it means to be creative?
In a fiscally constrained environment, one of the first things managers cut is the training budget. This is counterproductive because it limits productivity and reduces Employee Engagement (E2). The Sasha Corporation estimated the average cost to hire and train a new employee is over $9,000. An effective training program can improve performance, productivity, and retention.
What you need to know about overcoming toxicity in the workplace.
Sometimes it’s best to stop talking.
Strategic planning can set an organization on the right path to realize its vision.
If there was ever a universal philosophy that transcends barriers of business, industry and government, it is a page I will borrow from our good friends at Disney. Quite simply, ‘everything speaks.’
P3s of the future won’t look like P3s of the past. In future, many of the best government employees will be wizards in working with the private sector. Here’s why, plus tips on getting started.
Learn how to identify instances of low resilience in your work.