During any given month, there is likely a short or long-term problem to resolve. Here’s how you can set up a structured brainstorming session for your team to help empower them.
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Creating efficiencies is a constant practice. But with the right strategy, you can create high-performance teams in government.
The red bead experiment is a useful tool to facilitate the discussion of addressing problems at work. It also highlights the interactive role between management and workers that involves trust in order to problem solve.
Delays are never fun, and they always come at the worst possible time. Here’s how my recent train experience reminded me about how I can better handle professional setbacks and delays.
Building great teams that produce great work is difficult, but a necessity in today’s world.
Every generation is different and comes with its particular challenges. Understanding and harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of millennials is different than managing different cohorts, but no less satisfying.
We often say “our people are our greatest resource.” We also understand the pivotal role supervisors and our coworkers play in allowing us to actualize ourselves at work to be the best we are and can be. Do your part to engage others.
Developing good leadership is absolutely crucial in addressing the government resource challenge. Above all, it will help maximize an organization’s best asset – it’s people.
Instead of focusing on project replication – focus on process replication and adaptation.
It’s perhaps a cliché that many people say that their best ideas come to them in the shower. But it’s a place where we can put down the cell phones, computers and any other distractions and allow our brains to do something it does well.