New Year’s Resolutions: love ’em or hate ’em, they’re an annual staple. For professionals, there can be value in looking backward before looking ahead to changes for the new year. Here are a quartet of tips, from some unlikely sources, to help guide your review.
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With the start of the new year, the 2018 midterm elections may seem a long way behind us, but securing our elections is something that always must be in the forefront. It is a bipartisan issue that must be prioritized by our leaders to ensure our democracy is properly protected.
In order to see the change you want in the New Year or even in a new month, you must be intentional and have a purposeful understanding on why your request needs to be completed.
Whether on their own, or as part of a robust citizen experience strategy, each of these tips can help you better understand and respond to citizen feedback.
Don’t wait. Take action now. Don’t look back a year from now and wonder what could have been.
How does an individual, agency, or government department at any level ensure their perspective is heard and acknowledged?
There is a healthiness to venting when we have strong emotions, such as anger or fear. We do need to be aware, however, how easily and quickly venting can become complaining. Take on a “No Complaining” challenge!
Often the first step in the interview process, phone interviews can be tricky. These tips will help you secure that dream job you’ve always wanted.
Here are four ways to be prepared and ahead of the game in this new employment at-will world.
Sunrise is a time to hit the pause button on the morning routine. I think I can speak for most professionals when I say the chaos of the work day seems to stifle most opportunities to seek out new ideas or solve current problems. So find your sunrise. Find your moment of pause.