If you have a habit of making grand New Year’s resolutions like training for a marathon or going to the gym every day at 5 a.m., and always fail, then it may be time to change your tactics. Instead of making a personal resolution, try making a resolution for your professional life.
Posts Tagged: Goals
The truth is, most of us don’t pay nearly enough attention to our daily routine. That’s why doing a weekly, monthly or yearly review of your routine is beneficial. As federal employees sometimes, we can’t find the time to reflect. But next week, you can. Instead of spending that extra four hours on doing something… Read more »
Don’t throw in the towel just yet. You’ve still got time in this year to accomplish at least one very important thing that you want to do before you say farewell to 2015.
Tactics for successful negotiations.
In this week’s blog, I will cover some of the general lessons I learned about negotiations that can also apply to general conversations and interactions with others.
In 2017, the next administration will set to work implementing the goals and priorities of the new President. Many of those priorities won’t line up neatly with the agency structure of the federal government, and achieving them will require that agencies work together as an “enterprise government” — collaborating and integrating programs and activities to… Read more »
It’s important that leaders at all levels of an organization effectively communicate these goals with their employees. Clearly defining agency goals helps give employees direction and can energize their efforts if they understand what they are working toward. Here are ten tips on the best ways for communicating and engaging your employees in broader agency… Read more »
With the start of a new fiscal year fast approaching, why not use it as your opportunity to make a fresh start of your own with a new set of goals, be they career or personal focused? Here are 10 tips on setting goals to get you started.
Could Luke Skywalker harness his abilities without Yoda’s wisdom? Would the Banks family learn the importance of family without Mary Poppins? There are no shortage of mentor-mentee relationships in cinema. In these examples, the mentors provide insight to bring out the best in the mentees. Similarly, we can leverage the advantages of mentorships to get ahead and avoidRead… Read more »
Frank DiGiammarino is a man of many questions — a fact that quickly became evident within the first few minutes of his presentation. He posted a detailed list of career-related questions in front of the packed Next Generation of Government Training Summit audience gathered to hear his insights on career management. But there was oneRead… Read more »