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We know change is constant. We are all impacted by changes every day. So, how can we switch the paradigm and instead of allowing change to have negative consequences, use change to have positive outcomes?
Thanks to its hyperlocal niche, Nextdoor is getting more attention from people who work in public service and government communications.
Practicing and emulating these leadership behaviors improves upon your own leadership skills.
The government holds a monopoly on certain citizen services, but that doesn’t exempt them from making the experience smooth.
In the midst of even the busiest days, finding time to practice mindfulness can improve productivity and focus.
Self-assessment about your professional strengths and weaknesses not only makes you a sharper employee, it can also leave you feeling more fulfilled by the work you’re doing.
Transform how you and your coworkers give and receive feedback to improve workplace morale and empower the team.
Much of what we have been taught about effective communication in the workplace is wrong.
Don’t fall victim to the misconception that communications plans are change management. Communication plans are NOT change management. Communication plans are a PART of change management.