Government procurement organizations have faced three primary challenges during the pandemic: opacity, corruption and failure to integrate adequte policies.
Here are some nuggets of wisdom about leadership I picked up during my recent journey that I hope will be beneficial for your own leadership journey.
Audio is the most important element in any video. Following these three steps while recording narration will help your videos be easy to listen to.
Agencies must consider both training and knowledge sharing, so discussing how they can create a hybrid of both is valuable for every level of government.
Making design integral to government will help deliver services efficiently, cut costs and improve the public’s quality of life.
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” Helen Keller spoke this line. How amazing that words from the 1920s are so relevant today.
We all have hectic schedules. But, we should make sure we’re not the proverbial hamster on the wheel, running fast but never reaching the end of any task. Time management is the key!
I asked Curtis Luthye, Executive Director of the American Red Cross Montgomery, Howard, and Frederick Counties Chapter, to share some insights on the important work he does as a leader of this dynamic organization.
In order for us to create a government that serves the public, we have to first understand what our constituents, citizens and residents need.
If you have been fortunate to make it through this past year unscathed, leverage the pandemic experience to your benefit using perspective as an asset.