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Want to have a successful career? Be a great leader? Help your team and organization perform better? No matter what your current position or future goals, there’s one thing that will impact your career even more than competence or expertise – they way you treat others.
While many people are thinking about New Year’s resolutions and goals, focusing more on completing incomplete tasks from last year may be a more successful strategy.
If you want to improve your leadership skills, you need to know how you’re perceived by the people around you. The best way to do that is through a 360 degree feedback survey.
After a recent trip as an exhibitor at a professional conference promoting the career opportunities for my organization, I gained some great insight into the conference life. Here are a few tips and suggestions for your next professional conference.
Here’s a secret your boss doesn’t want you to know: we don’t always get it right. Shocking, right? But seriously, how we handle those opportunities as leaders is where we can set ourselves apart. Here’s a couple ‘No-No’s’ that I’ve committed since in my recent position change that I hope you can learn from.
It takes time to work with our natural inclinations. So here are some simple ways that help identify and eradicate problem procrastination.
I realize we have hundreds of civil service classifications throughout our state, and our governing department is attempting to consolidate or eliminate hundreds of said classifications. At some point, the madness has to stop. With that said, I thought I would take the time this week to spotlight some of the more popular classifications.
Ever had a crisis of self? Ever thought “What am I doing here? If they look too closely, the will realize I am a fraud!” No? Just me? Well, it may not be you but it could be someone on your team. It could be a peer or, yes (gasp), even your boss. If it… Read more »
While I am convinced that there are more people with good intentions than bad, here are four strategies to keep in mind when you’re feeling emotionally taxed at work