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As we approach performance review season, many individuals across the federal sector are anticipating how they will be rated for their work during the last calendar year. This can be a time of both great excitement and anxiety. Some expect to receive many compliments for the work they have done, while others are uneasy aboutRead… Read more »
For government agencies wanting to take a proactive stance and be more strategic with their public image, the key is to identify newsworthy stories within the organization.
Understanding these five steps is crucial for a more efficient and waste-free operation in your government agency.
Do you thrive in an office environment surrounded by your peers or do you prefer to be home, away from it all? Do you not mind a filled office but with the option of an office door that can be closed? What is your working personality?
One reason I can’t plan digitally? I can’t see it in front of me often enough for the system to work. So, I stick with paper and employ a few visual cues to keep me on track.
Coming back to work from a holiday vacation can be tough. Here’s how you can deal.
When looking to build out your team, how do you determine cultural fit? Given the need for government to hire candidates who align with the long-term objectives of an agency, one framework to use is missionary vs. mercenary.
It is the actions of people that create an environment, and the environment that then sustains and nurtures a people. It is one action, day by day, one person at a time, that will contribute to a healthy environment.
It is helpful to know the common characteristics of low resilience and what behaviors you may exhibit when your resilience is slipping, so you know when you should engage in resilience enhancing activities or need to assist others in addressing their resilience.