If you’re like me, you take so much for granted….your freedom, your coworkers, your relationships. Here are the basics of keeping your coworkers encouraged.
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Originally posted by Torleiv Flatebo, Director of Platform Engineering and Site Reliability on the GovDelivery Blog While GovDelivery is now over 15 years old, we have always been a Software-as-a-Service company priding ourselves in pushing the envelope in terms of cutting edge government software. That said, over the course of the last decade, technology has changed… Read more »
Originally posted on the GovDelivery Blog by Scott Burns, CEO and Co-Founder of GovDelivery Technology and connectivity hold great promise for improving how government serves the public. Yet, we know that to date, governments have struggled to realize the full potential of that promise. What’s holding back the public sector? One age old problem still haunts… Read more »
Part of an effective social media presence is evaluation, so that you can determine whether or not your strategy is working and how to tweak it to accomplish your goals.
Advanced degrees, training, learning conferences: these are all good and should be part of your professional development. They just shouldn’t be your first call for help when you have to solve problems at work. So today I’m going to discuss three ways you can solve a lot of challenges without having to do everything on… Read more »
Are you thinking about incorporating social media into your communications strategy? Already have it and are wondering if you’re getting enough return on that investment? Social media is a great way to reach a wide range of people or a niche audience. However, it also requires a strategic approach. It’s not enough to simply be… Read more »
Storytelling predates the written word. Storytelling predates hieroglyphics and it even predates Twitter – seriously. The first orators used storytelling to inform, engage and entertain. But even with all that history, effective storytelling remains elusive for many. One of the reasons the art of storytelling has fallen to the wayside is the emergence of technology…. Read more »
Frontline managers should be responsible for the staff’s level of involvement. Leadership has to figure out what motivates employees.
The lighthearted film included everything from the complex office dynamics, teamwork, to inter-generational communications and collaboration that offered a few stark similarities to the federal workforce today.
As communications professionals, we have a never-ending thirst for images that support the public affairs products we create. Below I’ve created a list of nine websites that provide royalty free images. Many of these sites allow unrestricted use of their images. In short, you often can use their photos as you please, as long as… Read more »