A black federal learning leader shares her own journey of becoming and what she’s had to both learn and unlearn in the quest to be her most authentic self.
Posts Tagged: Resilience
Effective communication is essential for an organization to be resilient and therefore able to respond to change and disruption in a flexible and innovative manner.
Governments must be prepared to continue supporting their communities during this and any other crisis. A people-first mindset in IT planning can help.
Using cloud computing, agencies can digitize their processes and become more resilient against future disasters such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
We all need some inspiration to be resilient these days. Though each of these posts originates from different times and different circumstances, there are lessons in each we hope will inspire you to stay resilient during this time.
Don’t let disappointment be the brick wall to your success. Leverage it to be stepping stones to bigger and brighter opportunities.
Learning how to find your personal value will help you take control of your motivation and daily efforts at your workplace.
One of your colleagues has been more withdrawn than usual over the past few weeks. His work has gotten sloppy, and he appears to be unfocused and distracted. He’s been late to several meetings. What do you do?
As I look back on the storied life of Kobe Bryant, I’m inspired more by an author of his own script than a player of the global stage.
It is helpful to know the common characteristics of low resilience and what behaviors you may exhibit when your resilience is slipping, so you know when you should engage in resilience enhancing activities or need to assist others in addressing their resilience.