“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” Helen Keller spoke this line. How amazing that words from the 1920s are so relevant today.
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If you have been fortunate to make it through this past year unscathed, leverage the pandemic experience to your benefit using perspective as an asset.
Culture is highly relevant to organizational success, whether you measure it by the bottom line or mission. The metrics of culture can be tricky, however.
Embracing change to the extent success is constantly derived from initiatives can lead to a positive change in overlying work center culture.
Failure is natural, universal, inevitable and many other things depending on how you view it, learn from it and move forward. These tips can help.
The secret to being a great leader is simple, but at the same time requires finesse.
I have found and utilize these three tips to help offset my own apprehension with public speaking. These tricks can work for you too.
Managers can successfully lead their teams through related burnout by extending grace and taking the other important steps listed in this article.
As a local government employee, here are some ways I saw my area’s agencies help our community following the recent severe weather.
Four values to guide leaders and agencies facing an uncertain future How would you rank work-life in your organization? Give yourself a score, one to 10. When someone challenged me to score others recently, I noticed something unique. The organizations that ranked high did so because they have been living out their values. You canRead… Read more »