How well do you deal with change? Are you resilient, and how much purpose do you find in your daily life?
Posts Tagged: change
When governments nationwide had to switch to remote work nearly overnight, North Dakota’s technology office met the challenge of supporting and equipping 8,000 state employees who were suddenly working at home. Here’s what they learned.
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.
The only constant is change and change is difficult for most of us – humans and organizations alike. Here’s how you can be a more effective change agent for your organization.
Having large quantities of data is like receiving multiple free cups of coffee: At first, it seems great, but then it takes up too much space.
Here are several reasons why culture can become a barrier when agencies do not build a culture of change within their workforces and how to fix this issue.
How can we best support ourselves in navigating change in the workplace this year? And how might we do this in more traditional, complex and hierarchical industries like the federal government?
More times than not, change will come your way, and not the other way around. So, how can you influence its direction and improve your agency?
Embracing change to the extent success is constantly derived from initiatives can lead to a positive change in overlying work center culture.
Let’s talk about how to package your successful change management efforts when you’re called upon to lead change.