In 7 words or less, what’s your biggest challenge?

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  • #165808

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    A couple months back, I asked a number of GovLoopers their biggest challenge at work. Some fascinating answers.

    Let’s make it even simpler “In 7 words or less, what’s your biggest challenge?”

    Maybe its:
    -no’ money, mo problems

    -relaunching our sharepoint portal

    -keeping employees motivated

    -launching new HR strategy

    So what’s yours?

  • #165872

    Terrence Hill
    Participant

    Getting Employees Energized to Donate to FedsFeedFamilies!

  • #165870

    Rachel Correll
    Participant

    engaging employees

  • #165868

    Mark Sullivan
    Participant

    Leading without authority

  • #165866

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    Love it

  • #165864

    Kanika Tolver
    Participant

    Being able to be creative and innovative.

  • #165862

    Elisabeth Leiting
    Participant

    Being a beginner: advancement sans career ladder

  • #165860

    Mark Hammer
    Participant

    Distractions, distractions, distractions.

  • #165858

    Dawn Nester
    Participant

    Inforrmation sharing within and outside agency

  • #165856

    Zenny Sadlon
    Participant

    – politics trumps everything

  • #165854

    David B. Grinberg
    Participant

    Motivating staff to engage in internal communications.

  • #165852

    InterAgency career advancement and training.

  • #165850

    Jerry Schmidt
    Participant

    Finding motivation amongst so many distractions.

  • #165848

    Chris Cairns
    Participant

    Avoiding a tech loop.

  • #165846

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    Good one

  • #165844

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    Very fascinating.

  • #165842

    Larry Till
    Participant

    Getting people to write more clearly.

  • #165840

    Erica Schachtell
    Participant

    coming to work without messed up hair

  • #165838

    Dennis R. Still
    Participant

    Data analysis and data integrity means ROI

  • #165836

    Chris Cairns
    Participant

    Describing my biggest challenge in at most 7 words. Dang it! Overshot again!

  • #165834

    Treasa Perrier
    Participant

    Get someone to notice I can lead

  • #165832

    Henry Brown
    Participant

    prioritizing all the challenges

  • #165830

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    ha

  • #165828

    Steve Ressler
    Keymaster

    So important

  • #165826

    Carol Davison
    Participant

    Develop yourself to full proficiency level. Than apply for openings on USAJOBS. If your organization likes you they will pay you to stay, but don’t expect them to, or to have the vision that they can’t afford to loose you.

  • #165824

    Carol Davison
    Participant

    Ditto!

  • #165822

    Heidi Sheppard
    Participant

    finding young government leaders who are interested in collaborating with other young government leaders

  • #165820

    Janet Wilson
    Participant

    Agreed. Getting coworkers to respond to an email or return a call.

  • #165818

    Julie Chase
    Participant

    -lack of latest technology

  • #165816

    Bill Titsworth
    Participant

    Lack of knowlegable supervisors with hidden agendas

  • #165814

    Jane
    Participant

    Lack of planning by others.

  • #165812

    Janet Doucette
    Participant

    Perception…

  • #165810

    Regina
    Participant

    Getting enough work to do.

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