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Time is arguably the most important resource because we can’t get more of it and it’s the great equalizer – everyone has the same amount! Here’s how you can make the most of your time.
Developing honor will help to sustain you by not accepting mediocracy, shame and low self-esteem.
Government employees are known for many things and fashion isn’t one of them. How can govies like you look the part? How can we “dress for success?”
More times than not we find that the above are reoccurring themes or issues that women in government, women in the workplace, women as pioneers, and women as leaders face. You are not alone, even if you are the only woman in the room.
Goal setting is absolutely necessary for realizing long-term success. Without it, we’re like a ship without a destination… likely to never arrive anywhere. Here’s how you can use a goals hierarchy to help.
To stay focused and adaptive to changing surroundings, resilient leaders develop “strong backs” of mental determination, grit and hardiness. They also cultivate “soft fronts” comprised of emotional intelligence and agility. If these qualities do not describe you right now, there is good news. Resiliency can be cultivated and strengthened.
Social workers operate throughout many levels of government, helping individuals and families deal with various life problems and issues.
To me there are a few simple principles that, when executed well, lead to effective delegation.