Three insights I’ve gained on leadership from reading books that aren’t about leadership.
We will be subjective to negative people spreading negativity throughout our life. To combat this, have your purpose in life firmly in place.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has a variety of ways that it participates in its local communities. There is one that stands above the rest.
Since millions of people around the world turn to Cornerstone for continued learning, we wanted to use our tools to help the community during this crisis.
What I have discovered is that we often feel anxiety, stress, panic in times that we are out of control – or perceive a loss of control. What I have also realized is that many of these simple tools can help us in our jobs as government employees.
Let’s explore how self-compassion might lessen your fears and anxieties during this difficult time. How it might give you just enough mental clarity to take a clear-headed approach to whatever comes our way. It’s worth a shot, right?
Some people say that a certificate and fifty cents will get you a cup of coffee, meaning that the certificate isn’t valuable. Prove them wrong… what can you learn today?
Agencies need to teach their workers the skills that best fit their current situations, according to three experts in government operations.
Over the course of my 40+ year span as a federal government employee, one of the most valuable habits I developed early on was to bring my lunch every day. And this habit taught me many valuable lessons.
Being not busy can be hard. And the work you need to do is real. But the reward from finding just a bit of time to rest can make that work all the better. So, how do you make taking time off a part of your regular routine?