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Using complicated language makes it difficult for agencies to communicate effectively with the people they serve, and creates barriers to equity. New federal legislation, however, would require agencies to use plain and clear wording.
Most of us will have at least one bad job in our careers. Leaving a toxic workplace is difficult, but there are steps you can take to ease the process…and set yourself up for future success.
Cloud first is what the public expects today. In a win-win, governments are moving constituent services to the cloud.
Emotional intelligence can support better outcomes and experiences when giving and receiving feedback, working under a deadline, not having enough resources, and navigating change. Let’s take a closer look at how strengthening each one could benefit workplace relationships and performance.
The Executive Order on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in the Federal Workforce, issued in the summer of 2021, was designed to strengthen the Federal workforce by making sure the workforce more accurately reflected the citizens it serves.
We know that feedback is critical to our success. Not all of us recognize – and benefit from – the feedback we receive, though. Here’s how to change that.
A community of practice is a “group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.” How can you build a successful one?
How do you get your mission done in a historically tight labor market? Train the people you have.
Successful managers know that developing and sustaining high performing teams requires constant discipline, especially in a hybrid environment. Here are four management tips.