Whether it’s a new administration, shifting budget priorities or even a shutdown, the only constant in being a public servant is change. Here’s how you can navigate.
Posts Tagged: Change Management
As leaders moving through tumultuous or challenging times, our instinct is to reassure staff who are worried about uncertainty and potential problems that lie ahead. Although our intentions are good and our inclination is to help, we often want to come to the rescue. An alternative to being a fixer is to simply help our… Read more »
From cost savings to leveraging existing knowledge and best practices, there are many benefits of shared services. Learn how you can leverage these benefits and manage change.
A friend can be in your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. You shouldn’t try to push it for more than it is.
Change is difficult, but it’s also constant. To succeed in any agency, public servants have to equip themselves with the tools and tactics to deal with uncertainty.
There is no cookie cutter solution for a successful project or change but having a framework in place will make it easier for stakeholders to support and implement new ideas.
Look at your own skillset and research an industry that you might not have considered before and try to imagine how that sector could benefit from what you have to offer.
Using a change management model is important whenever you’re implementing change because it sets you up for higher rates of success. Here are two models to consider as a navigate change at your agency.
People who are perceived to be against change or change-resistant are misunderstood creatures. So what’s the path of least resistance when it comes to working with someone like this?
Regardless of our position or experience, we all have blinds spots. We all have assumptions and beliefs that filter how we see the world. Without help from others, it’s nearly impossible to overcome our blinds spots.