It is a long way from Windsor Castle to city hall. Still, public relations at any level depend on how well the individuals involved play their roles on their own respective stages.
Innovation. WIRED magazine called it “the most important and overused word of the decade.” Here’s how to use innovation to boost creativity in government.
Overcome age discrimination in the federal government by applying these four tips to break through the barriers. Help build the future federal workforce.
The public sector can be daunting. Amidst the sea of new information, here are five tips to help new feds navigate their first year in public service.
Active listening is often described as suspending your thoughts and judgment or keeping an open mind about what the other person is saying. Here’s how.
The ability to enchant an audience isn’t inherited, but there is hope for the reluctant raconteur. Here are three easy steps for effective public speaking.
The kiss up, kick down manager is a person who lays on the flattery to endear themselves to their superiors, yet readily intimidates and undermines their subordinates.
The side-eye is a multitasker; it expresses annoyance to suspicion. Sometimes if you’re the on-looker, it can be side-splitting funny. Just not at work.
Networking. It’s often seen as awkward. But it doesn’t have to be. Here, we share tips on how to effectively manage your conversation.
Learning the brevity essentials will not only increase your chances of being heard and understood but will also increase your chance of success in the workplace.