Toxic people are everywhere – and the workplace is no exception. I thought I had put stories of petty bullying and insults behind me when I left high school, and yet life quickly taught me how wrong I was.
Posts Tagged: Managment
Many of you have heard the term helicopter parenting. The concept of over-inserting yourself in someone’s business is not unique to parents but is also common in the workplace. Learn how to break this habit.
Kevin McAleenan, deputy commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection joined me on The Business of Government Hour to discuss CBP’s key strategic priorities, realigning its operational footprint, and pursuing innovative security strategies to promote lawful trade and travel. Here’s a snapshot of our discussion.
When I look at plans for Professional Development, I think we are missing the point. We make it all about the individual shaping his or her future. There should be more to it if one takes the notion, professional development should involve the people who have a say in a person’s career. Organizations say, maybeRead… Read more »
A friend of mine runs the David All Group which has a new blog centered around a branding concept call 1-9-90. The 1 percent of creators convince the 9 percent of activists who in turn persuade the other 90 percent of the people. Im anot sure if am among the 9 or the 90 butRead… Read more »
I was going to post more about Process Intelligence and the Adaptive Project Framework last Monday but I was snowed under at work. Good thing because John Kamensky posted a great comment on President Obama’s Accountable Government Initiative. As I read the snapshots of the six initiatives, I was struck by how the success ofRead… Read more »
This post originally appeared on my external blog, “Social Media Strategery.” I know we’re all busy. We have deadlines to meet, emails to write/respond to, projects to work on, management issues to take care of, errands to run, families to care for, and many many other things that we do on a daily basis. ToRead… Read more »
CivicPlus has released the highly anticipated Citizen Request Tracker™ (CRT) application for the iPhone and iPod Touch to their more than 580 city and county clients across North America. The app is now available for free at the iTunes App Store. The Citizen Request Tracker app gives constituents in cities and counties currently using CivicPlus’Read… Read more »
After last night’s debates, I couldn’t help but think about a piece I read on FederalTimes.com the other day about something that’s been missing from the debates, and from the election in general. The candidates can give us the general rundown about the policies, issues, and how they are going to fix this broken economyRead… Read more »