Whether on their own, or as part of a robust citizen experience strategy, each of these tips can help you better understand and respond to citizen feedback.
Rather than dwell on downers or let politics foul the mood, let’s look back at the most inspirational government successes of the year.
Don’t wait. Take action now. Don’t look back a year from now and wonder what could have been.
This is a great time to reflect on the accomplishments and the struggles of this past year, and plan for a great 2019!
In the era of googling our medical symptoms and posting about that weird rash on Facebook, I want to make a pitch for making a phone call to the Poison Control Center instead if you’ve got a poisoning on your hands.
After 10 years of tweeting, “facebooking” and “instagramming”, how many diplomatic goals were really achieved thanks to digital diplomacy?
How does an individual, agency, or government department at any level ensure their perspective is heard and acknowledged?
As everyone knows, getting anything through Congress requires give and take. There is no way to estimate the cost of additional useless projects which will be generated in order to buy votes for approval of the wall.
There is a healthiness to venting when we have strong emotions, such as anger or fear. We do need to be aware, however, how easily and quickly venting can become complaining. Take on a “No Complaining” challenge!
Often the first step in the interview process, phone interviews can be tricky. These tips will help you secure that dream job you’ve always wanted.