Do you ever speak to a coworker and wish you could have phrased yourself better? Here are five tips on how to communicate with confidence in the workplace.
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The second-largest county in Utah, Utah County, transformed its outdated election processes into a location-enabled system suited for modern-day elections.
Saying no when necessary allows employees to build healthy relationships with colleagues and managers. Here are practical and professional ways to do it.
Influencing empathy in your organization, is it even possible? This article describes three possible ways to achieve empathy for yourself and others.
Do you have a manager who likes your ideas, but gets so excited that they forget to listen to your full concept? Here’s what you can do about it.
Lessons learned from the 2016 presidential transition can help agencies improve your communication skills for any future change.
As an introvert, making phone calls is not something I particularly enjoy doing. But the shelter-at-home requirements in many locations make it necessary and useful.
The more concise you are, the more effective you can be in providing information that leads to the best decision-making outcomes.
Involving your public in the shaping of processes that affect them can give you insight into the public and create a defensible decision-making framework for offering services to your community.
Although you may be working from home and enjoying it, keep in mind that it’s important to be noticed to be successful.