In systems theory, the world is made up of interconnecting systems that influence one another. If governments are considered a type of system, how do other interconnecting systems in the world influence them?
Posts Tagged: Leaders
To prepare the government to lead change, it is critical to provide opportunities to educate, explore and experience leading change through creativity and innovation.
In any workplace, diversity is essential to success. This is doubly true in government. There’s one group of people, however, who are not often thought of when it comes to diversity: military spouses. That’s a shame. Read why here.
Five things that separate good leaders from bad leaders.
The real test of leaders, and what they won’t so loudly talk about, is focus and follow-through.
An “us vs. them” mentality can grow in workplaces where employees are the “us” and leaders are the “them.”
Work-life effectiveness means something different to each individual. Define what it means to you.
If you’re a millennial or a young gen-xer working for the government, it can be frustrating to see how fast technology is moving in the private sector and in your personal lives, compared to the rate of technology adoption (or lack thereof) in a government job. From antiquated procurement practices and internal workflows to uncertainty… Read more »
Collaborative leadership has been described as “the intentional and skillful management of relationships that enables others to succeed individually while accomplishing a collective goal.”
It’s no secret that extroverts hold the majority of leadership roles in the professional world. When you call to mind a high level executive, you probably picture someone with an outgoing personality and commanding presence, instead of a quiet, reflective individual. A USA Today study even found that 65 percent of senior level managers believeRead… Read more »