What we need is a resurgence of dialogue: relating, attuning and authentically relating to one another. Bringing dialogue back to government would be good for all of us.
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It’s easy to see that we don’t have enough down time. Why is it that so many of us can’t seem to find the time to unwind?
Mental health in the workplace is an increasingly important topic. Mental illness can have devastating effects on productivity.
In order to provide equal opportunity you have treat people differently because everyone is not the same. People are unique individuals.
Do you have a sense of where to start in the interagency process? If not, these tips can help to lay the foundation and open the door to a productive and effective interagency tango.
Tapping into your inner inquisitive four-year-old by asking “why” will shed light on the rationale (or lack thereof) of processes and procedures. A greater understanding will improve future decisions on necessary change or developments.
If you can identify a useful analytics question and keep it well-scoped, your chances of an executable analytics solution go up dramatically.
As a leader, successfully leading through transitions can make or break your career and will most definitely influence how happy you are.
Government provides services that people need through sites and services. But here’s why marketing government to millennials is also important.
It’s an age-old truth that most of our success in life comes from our ability to work with other people. Charm – the ability to be liked by others – is a large factor in that. This post offers six principles to get us started.