Scott Howland recently won a 2018 NextGen Public Service Award, taking home the top prize in the honor’s Advocate category.
Posts Tagged: NextGen 2018
Inclusion is no longer a “nice-to-have”; it’s a strategic imperative. Here’s how to work toward that goal.
Ethical dilemmas constantly challenge public servants, and how they are answered reflects on both individual employees and the governments they work for.
What if you found out your notions of creativity aren’t true? What if you could actually learn how to be more creative? TrackMaven’s CEO explains how.
By trying these above tactics, and shifting your concept of what a leader should be, you’ll become a leader who uses their smarts to make everyone around them smarter and more capable. You’ll become a multiplier.
Algorithms are the set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps, and they are also a hot topic in the technology world.
Mindfulness can help you prioritize personal well-being and transform the workplace culture around you, one interaction at a time.
Culture is about social norms and collective regard and we make up the collective. What are we going to do to ensure that our voice, our passion, and our visions are not drowned out by the negative culture cycle created and reinforced by others?
To be good at life, you need to be the best version of yourself. Miss USA, Capt. Deshauna Barber, shared practical tips with our NextGen attendees on how to thrive in life.
Making a meeting a good one is both a science and an art. There are technical and logistical things you can improve, as well as the artful side – impactful tactics and learned skills to further engage participants and make the atmosphere of the meeting fun and useful.