We all find ourselves in negative environments and attached to negative people. How do we affect positive change rather than being permanently damaged?
Posts Tagged: influence
Transformational leadership can be uncommon in government. Here are five lessons that can be learned from a transformational leader.
For me, leading through influence is not picking a new direction and persuading people to get on board. What I’m talking about is different. It’s the ability to be sell your idea in a crowded field of ideas and then get people to help you implement it.
From cost savings to leveraging existing knowledge and best practices, there are many benefits of shared services. Learn how you can leverage these benefits and manage change.
Having a positive attitude accomplishes many “wins” and makes it very easy to get along with others, particularly difficult people, in and outside of the workplace.
So you want to be famous. An expert. The person that gets called for quotes when reporters in your industry need help on a story. You don’t need to have years of experience to get noticed for your expertise and forward-thinking ideas. And even if you’re not dreaming of seeing your name in lights, makingRead… Read more »
Do you want to get more visibility on LinkedIn? Recruiters, potential business partners, and possible leads are searching LinkedIn for people like you – is your profile being found? LinkedIn isn’t just a static site to post your resume or search for jobs, and it’s not just a virtual Rolodex. It’s become a social networkRead… Read more »
Martha Austin is on a mission to restore passion and purpose to our federal government one individual at a time. She is a current federal employee with more than 23 years of service, a leadership instructor, a certified professional coach, and creator of the Conscious Leadership Blueprint ™. She is honored to serve government employees,Read… Read more »
I know that post title is a little obtuse, but I couldn’t come up with something that captured what I meant. I initially wrote “Hijack My Influence,” but that sounded both like this would be a warning about identity theft and a bragging claim I have influence. So … thanks for reading to get whatRead… Read more »
I just finished reading this article in last month’s Fast Company where the CEO of Pinterest, Ben Silbermann, discusses how Pinterest got started, where it’s at today, and what its future may hold. In it, they highlight some of the ways in which Pinterest defied best practices when they first started – they didn’t includeRead… Read more »