The past year has led to constant changes in our work, but it doesn’t mean we can’t end on a good foot. Here is a checklist to set up 2021 for success.
Posts Tagged: organization
The most important thing you can ask yourself is whether what your organization stands for is compatible with your own core beliefs.
The only constant is change and change is difficult for most of us – humans and organizations alike. Here’s how you can be a more effective change agent for your organization.
Time is the one thing we will always have less of. That’s why there are so many books on time management, to-do lists, productivity, changing habits, and project planning. Some of those books are little more than self-help claptrap. Others contain enough useful points to make them worth flipping through, but are far from life changing. However, the best timeRead… Read more »
A few weeks ago, I posted recommendations on how to gain professional development in 15 minutes a day. Practicing what I preach, I spent 15 minutes one day last week on GovLoop’s blog and what I learned is already being used to better my organization. Customer Experience – I shared this blog with a teamRead… Read more »
Career development is an ongoing effort that successful people know how to navigate. Successful career developers have many common traits.
I wonder, how many adults equate their annual performance evaluations with your progress reports of our primary school years? I doubt many, we tend to think those things are beyond us. The fact is, did we not even as adults going through our higher education years consider that our “grades” matter? As you know, sometimesRead… Read more »
ANATOMY OF BOOK CONTENT: FOCUS ON BACK MATTER –Print and eBooks With the formatting of eBooks, many back cover elements are missing when compared to traditional print paperback and hardcover books with jackets. . Some of these areas include jacket copy where a publisher would provide a description “About the Author” to establish the personRead… Read more »
One method of teaching is the use of negative examples. To get my important point across to top management, I will turn to some real life examples. The first not-so-successful example was a financial services firm with thousands of employees. It started down the path to adopting an inclusive approach to improving operations that wouldRead… Read more »
How can leaders inspire employees to help their colleagues? The leader of the design firm IDEO, Tim Brown, set out to create a help-friendly organization in order to spur greater creativity. Collaboration is key to effective organizations. But how can leaders encourage helping behaviors among employees? A recent Harvard Business Review article by Teresa Amabile,Read… Read more »