Good working relationships are motivated by empathy. Boost creativity and enhance success at negotiating by becoming more “you-conscious.”
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Tips for keeping your federal career on track.
Advocating is such a pain to do. It makes us feel super-awkward. But it’s so important to be good at it.
Consider carving out three things that you can focus on in 2017 to improve your leadership capacity.
Social gatherings at work are intended to be fun and enjoyable. Take heed of these simple tips so that you don’t create any unnecessary stress at work.
Citizens need to understand and measure the outcomes of policies we vote for. How can modern governments cut through the noise and speak effectively to the citizens they represent?
Leadership demands a holistic, conceptual understanding of an agency, not just one small piece of the overall puzzle. When we place people in boxes with blinders on in the name of efficiency, we remove the capability for holistic understanding.
Open conflict, tense meetings, and burned bridges are all too common at work. If you’re thrown into an awkward situation with the expectation that you can make it better, try some of these strategies and see if they work for you. What other methods have you used to diffuse tough work situations?
Teams look instinctively to their leaders for emotional clues on how to respond to situations, or at least I know I do. Especially in times of uncertainty, your employees will look to you to see how they should respond.
Having an effective social media strategy not only means having clear goals for the content you share, but also a plan to assess whether or not that content is getting you the results you desire.