California CIO Amy Tong gives guidance on managing an IT workforce, encouraging women in the government tech field and incremental innovation.
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Self-assessment about your professional strengths and weaknesses not only makes you a sharper employee, it can also leave you feeling more fulfilled by the work you’re doing.
Transform how you and your coworkers give and receive feedback to improve workplace morale and empower the team.
Becoming a leader is not a big, overnight transformation. Instead, implement small perspective shifts to produce tangible wins.
Building and broadcasting your personal brand can help you network efficiently and open yourself up to new opportunities.
Dialogue is any productive conversation featuring reciprocity and mutual respect between both parties. It’s a tactic that works in and out of your agency.
Effective project management requires learning how to productively utilize the unique characteristics of your team members.
Summer is the perfect time to catch up on all the reading you’ve been meaning to do. Whether you’re relaxing poolside or backcountry camping, take advantage of the the long days of summer with books that can ramp up your professional knowledge and skills. This summer reading list features seven recommended books that are aRead… Read more »
Scores of people fail to enter or advance careers in government workforces daily. Why? The culprit might be how they share their accomplishments.
Peformance management is a collection of strategies for meeting goals effectively and efficiently that applies to individuals and their organizations.