We have to be willing to learn, to grow, to keep moving forward as individual contributors. If you have an idea be bold, present your idea and ask about implementing on a small scale. Start building a practice of learning and watch what happens around you.
Posts Tagged: organizational development
If it were easy there would be no pursuit of principles previously presented. It is of vital importance that in the demanding world of economics, trade, and existence, efforts must occur to ensure a positive, effective result.
What’s the buzz all about? It’s engagement … and to be more specific, employee engagement! Gone are the days when managers were able to retain employees who had little to do each day; today budgets are tighter and the push for efficiency is running high. Today it’s a Buyers’ job market and the economy demandsRead… Read more »
In these tough economic times more and more workplaces, both business and government, have sharpened their pencils, gotten down to brass tacks, cut out the fat, tightened their belts, and adopted new production measures – because we all know “what gets measured gets done.” It has been very important for managers and leaders to beRead… Read more »
Collaboration is vital in government, espeically if we want to effectively connect with our communities and increase engagement. Organizationally, there can be many barriers to collaboration, from an over-emphasis on program rather than population outcomes to a lack of developed relationships with our colleagues and stakeholders. To do our best work, we need to developRead… Read more »