If we truly want to be innovative thinkers and outside-of-the-box problem solvers, we must force ourselves outside the box of our self-affirming minds.
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Icebreakers are great ways to break up the monotony of meetings if executed the right way. Below are nine fun and easy icebreakers that will liven things up at your next meeting and foster team building amongst your colleagues.
A True North circle may be one way to develop your own internal compass to guide your leadership journey.
When we make quick decisions in relative isolation, others are left in the dark trying to understand the rationale behind the decision. The result being delays in execution. That’s why becoming a Debate Maker is key to improved leadership.
What can government and smart communities learn from the flu? You’d be surprised.
Are you an introvert? Here are some resolutions that may help expand your network.
We, as representatives of government entities owe – to ourselves and our customers – an environment with hazards mitigated to the best of our abilities. Enhanced security and safety measures not only encourage a healthy morale among employees but also promote the image of government as responsible and accountable community partners.
It is important for your agency priorities to be in sync with the priorities of the people in your jurisdiction.
Managers should be interested in developing their workers. Employee development is good for morale and good for the organization.
Duality creates binary problems in a world whose outer edges extend well beyond the boundaries that duality offers. We can’t find solutions with our dualistic thinking. We can only create more problems. That’s why we need a third path.