Communicating with a public that may not trust us requires a subtle approach.
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Do you provide a variety written communications on a regular basis? Not sure when to get started on that presentation, new website content or social media response? How about now?
Small talk can be painful, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out these tips to making small talk less awkward.
As we transition to a new administration, let’s reach across the partisan divide to find shared values and seek common ground. Let’s listen more. Let’s create partnerships. America is greater when we work together.
Social media can keep us connected and informed. But as federal employees, we need to understand where to draw the line between personal use and official responsibility.
There’s a gift you can give every day to the people you work with—bosses, peers, subordinates. It doesn’t cost a dime, and it pays out major dividends in terms of positive culture and good working relationships.
Fact sheets are a good way to deliver information concisely. Avoid some common pitfalls.
Learn how to develop a call to action to enhance your communication plan.
Good working relationships are motivated by empathy. Boost creativity and enhance success at negotiating by becoming more “you-conscious.”
Tips for keeping your federal career on track.