If you are managing culture shift or change in your organization how are you protecting yourself from burnout and or from not surviving the change you are seeking?
Government leaders and policymakers need to add analogical thinking to their innovation quiver. At the core of analogical thinking is the ability to solve problems outside-in instead of inside-out.
Mark Twain said: ’I can live for two weeks on a good compliment.’ The same can be said for an employee who receives appropriate appreciation from their supervisor.
Practicing and emulating these leadership behaviors improves upon your own leadership skills.
Validation is not only acknowledgment of our feelings but an understanding that allows us to feel heard and valued. Do you get it at work?
Social media is part of most adults’ daily lives. The more and more we use social media, it can create difficulties establishing boundaries for over-sharing.
In my work, I often ask the question of “why?” But admittedly, I am a bit less courageous in asking “why not?”
We can all become champions in the workplace.
A positive work-life balance is necessary to be at your best. It is also a key driver for organizations retaining top talent. You can have a successful career and private life at the same time. Don’t allow work-life imbalance to be your accepted norm.
In the public sector we’re still recruiting for yesterday’s world. But this can change, and quickly, if you use talent pooling.