We know change is constant. We are all impacted by changes every day. So, how can we switch the paradigm and instead of allowing change to have negative consequences, use change to have positive outcomes?
Posts Tagged: leadership
Leadership is hard. We make it harder by not engaging team members in answering hard problems. Here’s how “I don’t know” helps organizations thrive.
Practicing and emulating these leadership behaviors improves upon your own leadership skills.
Improving diversity starts in the recruiting process.
What ingredients need to be present for innovation to happen and for innovators (rebel talent) to have enough staying power to actually see change come to fruition?
How do you communicate appreciation effectively when you manage large groups of employees?
Leaders in government and industry must be thoughtful and circumspect as we race to the future. We must consider not only the implications of replacing humans with machines, but also the fallout of treating humans as machines along the way.
Situations of all kinds are sure to knock on our door daily. Situations can be defined as a set of circumstances in which we find ourselves. It is our state of affairs. Situations, positive and negative, occur in our personal and professional life – no one is immune to them. No one stands above experiencingRead… Read more »
At any given time in your career, you will experience a career setback. How you respond to these setbacks determines and defines your career.
California CIO Amy Tong gives guidance on managing an IT workforce, encouraging women in the government tech field and incremental innovation.