Good points. A few other things to consider:
*Have a purpose to your meeting – not just an agenda. “As a result of this meeting, we will …. ”
*start the meeting on time
*Keep note of the decisions made, not just key discussions
*before you wrap up the meeting, check – did this meeting accomplish its original objective? Have we fulfilled…[Read more]
excellent points. we have to make ourselves our first priority. It’s not about being selfish, it’s about reminding ourselves we are not the general manager of the universe and we don’t have to do it all. let’s prioritize ourselves in our daily to-do list.
Monika Dlugopolski commented on the post, How to Tailor Your Cover Letter to a Government Job, on the site GovLoop 3 years, 10 months ago
great points. would have loved to see an example of a complete cover letter (the link is broken in :Example of a cover letter tailored to a federal position”)
In absence, or as we are working on the riddle, Tary Paris 😉 , I find the following works well to maximize effectiveness of internal communication:
1. Timely (self explanatory)
2. Factual (facts and process based)
3. Tailored to the audience using various channels
4. Two-way (opportunity to respond, provide feedback, comments)
5. Focused…[Read more]
so true. Given ever-increasing travel restrictions, last year, we (an employee network within the provincial government) held a full-day learning symposium that was co-hosted by five hub locations simultaneously and linked by video-conference to one site for key note speaker, awards, etc. followed by regional in-person session (and workshops). Not…[Read more]
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