Embracing change to the extent success is constantly derived from initiatives can lead to a positive change in overlying work center culture.
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Let’s talk about how to package your successful change management efforts when you’re called upon to lead change.
It’s a new year and there’s a new administration in town. It’s been roughly a week since President Biden’s Inauguration. GovLoop wants federal workers to feel ready for change.
Over the years, I’ve learned a few things about introducing new concepts and methods to teams.
Whether it is a pandemic or PTO policy, changes to our work routine tend to overwhelm us. While some dive head-first into change, others may balk at the idea of a meeting being rescheduled. Here are some tips to help you embrace workplace changes like a champion!
The sixth and last change competency in government is vision. Vision translates thought into action for agencies. Creativity and vision are also key.
In the midst of a diagnosis that he would be paralyzed for the rest of his life, Rodney Flowers prioritized these five areas to fuel his comeback.
One of the scariest times in your career can be realizing you are so discontent in your position that you lose focus on your career goals. Or, you don’t even know what they are anymore.
There are so many questions and not enough answers. Change is difficult (even if it is a good change) and is hard to accept especially when there is much that is uncertain.
I wanted to share this story for you women and men who are at a time in your life where you aren’t happy and you can’t quite see the light at the end of the tunnel.