Posts Tagged: shows

7 Ways to Make Government Conferences Great Again

While budgets are shrinking, the mandate to communicate with constituents has never been stronger. Government conferences: there are just too many, they’re too expensive, and they’re of too little value. Add this to the recent headlines about overspending on lavish accommodations — as well as the ongoing belt-tightening — and the conclusion is painfully clear:… Read more »

Riding the Leadership See-Saw

If you are a leader working in an organization, you know what I’m talking about. You are constantly having to ride the competition-cooperation see-saw. You must cooperate (to get and keep clients/get work done) and compete (for internal resources) simultaneously. Leaders who struggle with the competition-cooperation see-saw face constant anxiety, frustration and career ending jobs…. Read more »