Every few years, after a long and often tedious process, government agencies create new and much-heralded strategic plans — but, too often, new approaches stall because stakeholders don’t buy in. Here are three ways to change that.
Posts Tagged: employee relations
Days in the office are busy enough. Avoiding unnecessary wastes-of-energy vampires makes such a difference. Here are a few tips on how to make vampire run-ins less draining.
Bob Gibson posted an article in the April 16, 2012 edition of FedSmith saying that the best way for employers to prevail if challenged by an MSPB Hearing is to set up Firing Squads. Believe it or not, this is pretty good advice, folks. I’ve seen it in action and it works, provided the organizationRead… Read more »
In the wake of controversy and the rush to remove a government official from appointed office, there are some lessons here that all of us can learn. Lesson One: Build and Maintain a Workplace Culture That Fosters Respect. Just as national figures mistakenly react, people in the workplace also are capable of making the sameRead… Read more »
The Los Angeles Fire Department is a pioneer among public safety agencies and emergency responders in the usage of social media. The Department’s initial social media efforts began in 2005 and have since garnered recognition nationwide. LAFD’s presence is spread across multiple social media channels including Twitter, Facebook (look up the group “Los Angeles FD),Read… Read more »