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Brainstorming sessions that are not well planned and executed are a waste of everyone’s time. Here are some of our tips and tricks to make sure all your meetings run smoothly.
Taking the time to reflect, ground ourselves and practice self-care has a positive impact on both our professional development and our overall well-being. Though mindfulness won’t necessarily eliminate the stressors in our lives and workplace, it gives us the tools “to handle our stress and worry in a healthier way.”
In case you missed it, the month of September marks the 60th anniversary of the Civil Rights Division (CRD) of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Last week saw the season seven finale of the HBO hit series, Game of Thrones. While fans may feel left out in the cold waiting for the series finale (over 550 plus days away but hey who’s counting), now is a great opportunity to reflect on how the show’s three key players’ (Cersei Lannister, Jon… Read more »
Active listening means being both physically and mentally ready to listen. It also means exploring the other person’s words by drawing them out through the use of open-ended, thought-provoking questions.
Government leaders are going to have to adapt moving forward.
Hurricane Harvey is not the first opportunity for social media to play an integral part in emergency communication channels, but it is the most recent and, possibly, most widespread case.
Sometimes it’s best to stop talking.
If there was ever a universal philosophy that transcends barriers of business, industry and government, it is a page I will borrow from our good friends at Disney. Quite simply, ‘everything speaks.’