As we come to the end of the year, govies of all levels and functions should be considering what’s on the horizon for technology and how it could affect their agency, mission, and day-to-day work in 2019.
Posts Tagged: leadership
Forming a team to carry out day-to-day operations can present challenges even in organizations where members fall under the authority of centralized and hierarchical leadership. Operating with a newly formed cross-functional team in a disaster zone increases the challenges and the stakes.
In today’s very competitive world, it is often difficult to find great talent. Someone who can play many roles on your team, be a leader, a motivator and an individual whom other employees look up to. They are typically the cornerstone of your team, a leader not in title but in action. They are self-driven… Read more »
Leading by example gives you the opportunity to be an advocate with a commitment of helping others to succeed.
Being able to see what others do well is a real-life superhero power in the workplace that every leader should have. However, all superheroes are quirky in at least two ways.
Good leadership comes from conscious cultivation of the qualities it takes to effectively connect with and inspire others.
#1: Assumption of authority is a myth; real leadership is earned.
If your work helps an executive move closer to realizing their vision, they will assign more value to you, and your work, and will request more assistance from you. This is also true if your work helps alleviate their pain.
In belated honor of National Boss’s Day (which came earlier this month) here are some tips for first-time supervisors.
As a an experienced leader, I’d like to share a few of my Springsteen favorite lyrics and how they inform my leadership philosophy.