Are government employees actually less engaged than our private sector counterparts? Or do we lean into the stereotype and watch the clock, figuring every minute pays the same whether we do a good job or not?
Posts Tagged: Engagement
A positive work-life balance is necessary to be at your best. It is also a key driver for organizations retaining top talent. You can have a successful career and private life at the same time. Don’t allow work-life imbalance to be your accepted norm.
These five strategies from Innovative Pathways to Public Service could help attract a new generation to fulfill critical public sector functions.
The success of 311-model continues to inspire and ignite innovation.
Check out four cost effective ways to build a learning culture in your organization.
In recent years, government employees have become subject to more and more criticism from the media and the general public. While searching to find “what motivates government employees”, I discovered the true spirit of service.
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) developed a strategy to implement changes based on findings from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The Goldilocks Principle states that there’s an optimal level of difficulty for tasks: not too easy, not too hard. Just right.
Employee viewpoint surveys provide opportunities to give open and honest feedback to leadership. Getting more employees to participate in a survey is not as simple as it seems. Here are some survey tips on what matters most to employees.
Turning engagement into action is even easier yet not often done. How is that done? By taking those engaged persons and setting them up to be empowered to make decisions and take action. Here are eight actions that you need to take to make this shift.