Are you getting the most out of your performance plan?
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You can be a leader no matter your job title. Leadership is influence. And influence has everything to do with the way you treat others. When people perceive us as competent and caring to others, they’re more likely to accept us as a leader.
Engaging your team for that time will not only allow them the space to relax and clear their mind for that time but will continue its impact in job satisfaction even after the ‘fun’.
It’s possible to have a good work-life balance. But how do you get there?
How do you keep top performers when we are operating under tight fiscal budgets, few opportunities for promotion and Continuing Resolutions?
You can turn a soul-crushing performance appraisal into an opportunity to engage your staff. Make it an interactive conversation that energizes both you and your employee. My team and I have used the following format for performance feedback for over a decade. We use it for both glowing appraisals and tough reviews
It takes time to work with our natural inclinations. So here are some simple ways that help identify and eradicate problem procrastination.
Check out this list of some of the best associations out there so that you can join some of your fellow government rockstars!
Find out 11 ways to approach co-workers in your office who lack or have weak digital literacy skills.
How do you get policymakers to listen to academics and scientists when making policy decisions? Much like the London subway system – there’s a need to “mind the gap!”