Saboteurs: how do you identify yours and banish them from your work life?
Posts Tagged: communications
Are you afraid your institutional knowledge might be overlooked for that fresh angle tweeted by a younger counterpart? Career fulfillment happens more often we embrace instead of build up walls in defense.
Learning the work personalities of your colleagues can give you a big leg up in your federal career.
Govies can use the best practices of journalism to improve the quality of government communications.
If relationships run the world, how do some people seem to build instant rapport with almost everyone they come across, while others are left with a network of one?
Sometimes we assume that all the “interview urban legends” will sneak up on us and prevent us from getting to the next step. It may help to know some of the “interview taboos” and learn how to move beyond them.
Fear. Anger. Excitement. Relief. Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, it’s safe to say that this presidential election brought emotions to the forefront. While we reflect on the circumstances, actions, and results of the last few months, I can’t help but observe the powerful role emotions play in our decision-making.
As our government continues the journey of open data and citizen engagement, finding meaningful ways to share that data and encourage interaction will only grow in importance. Maps are just one way to improve our citizens’ customer experience.
Here are three private sector best practices that seem to be a challenge in the government.
Most public organizations don’t have a lot of money to dedicate to social media. So, what are your options?