What can we learn from the holiday classic, "It's a Wonderful Life?" A whole lot about conflict management and resolution.
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Here's how you can stop being an "idiot" during the holidays.
It is that time of the year when, with grand intentions, many of us resolve to do something new or different in the coming year. If you want to improve performance or relationships at work I have a simple experiment for you to try – shift an assumption. Shifting an assumption is a critical factor... Read more »
Web-based GIS tools are already in use by governments and they have already proved their worth by providing citizens increased transparency and accountability. Now is the time to apply the same patterns and practices to redistricting, ultimately rebuilding trust in the process.
You can’t even think the name Fezziwig without smiling because it’s a fun combination of sounds and it brings up fond images. Learn how you can exemplify his leadership at your workplace.
Government agencies work electronically just like the private sector does. Read this post to find out what else is in the future of government tech.
If government agencies collectively and consistently demand these very reasonable “rights,” vendors will have no other option than to provide the products that these agencies deserve.
Using the experience of Coach Payton, this blog explores the strength of situational leadership. Leadership is not an all-or-nothing solution. Like coaching, leaders must be flexible and treat each person and situation based on the unique need, talent or circumstance.
My father provided me valuable life and leadership lessons. Dad's work ethic has been an enduring example of how to model integrity and excellence.
It should be said though to managers that even with meetings being a mainstay in the work setting to keep people and projects on track, it does not mean that getting together should be a long and arduous task. Meetings can and should be an effective way to communicate information and to keep projects on... Read more »