Asking questions at the right time and in the right manner can make our advocacy even more powerful. But it’s not surprising that we often leave this important tool lying in our toolbox.
When crises arise, governments have demonstrated a tremendous capacity to respond. So why do we wait until then to fix problems we know exist?
Managers can successfully lead their teams through related burnout by extending grace and taking the other important steps listed in this article.
The big rocks are those unshakable things in your life that must come first and cannot move. Identifying your big rocks first helps you set priorities.
Can you think of a single professional endeavor that doesn’t require strong communication skills to be successful?
As a local government employee, here are some ways I saw my area’s agencies help our community following the recent severe weather.
Here are several ways microlearning videos make a strong alternative to simulations when conducting government training for agencies at every level.
Four values to guide leaders and agencies facing an uncertain future How would you rank work-life in your organization? Give yourself a score, one to 10. When someone challenged me to score others recently, I noticed something unique. The organizations that ranked high did so because they have been living out their values. You canRead… Read more »
Here are five ways leaders can seamlessly incorporate hope, optimism and enthusiasm into their agencies’ plans for success.
You’re not here for our medical advice, and that’s a good thing, since that’s not really our cup of tea. When looking at how organizations have adjusted to work during COVID-19, however, we’ve done quite a bit of research. Check it out.