You moved from management to leadership, and you’re not sure if you’re good at it. Here are three ways to know if you’re on the right path and continuing to develop.
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You just presented to a group of your colleagues and leadership and hear “great job” as they leave the room. How do you respond? The wrong answer ultimately may hurt you.
Last year’s executive order on diversity, equity and inclusion in federal agencies built on a history of efforts at nondiscrimination. But sometimes those efforts get bogged down. Here’s how to change that — and make diversity, equity and inclusion a reality at your agency.
Today’s problems with gender equity won’t be solved without new ways to get past ingrained mindsets. Here’s how to do that.
If you’re looking for a platform to share your best practices, advice and lessons learned with others in government, then we want to hear from you.
At any given time in your career, you will experience a career setback. Even individuals at the top of their game will inevitably suffer a workplace obstacle. How you respond to setbacks determines and defines your job future.
Kindness might seem like a popular buzzword these days, but maybe it’s because there is something extraordinary about it. Maybe it’s because even the smallest act can change someone’s entire day. Show some kindness to your employees with these nine simple ideas.
Have you ever heard of a growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset? Having a growth mindset allows you to embrace challenges, and it encourages a drive to learn more. Here are easy ways to develop it.
The Silo Effect has had a dramatic impact on our sense of connectedness in our jobs. It can cause our teams, even ourselves, to feel stuck inside a bubble and not understand the workings of those around us. So how can we combat this as we work from home?
Leaders need to earn their team’s trust if they want buy-in and support for their ideas. Here are concrete ways to do that.