As the holidays roll around, it is easy to get lost in time. The fear of missing out (FOMO) may be the companion to the sneaky thief we call procrastination. Read on to find out how.
Posts Tagged: Strategies
Do you have a sense of where to start in the interagency process? If not, these tips can help to lay the foundation and open the door to a productive and effective interagency tango.
One of the biggest mistakes today’s federal retirees can make is to underestimate the importance of Social Security in their retirement strategies.
My friend and colleague Joyce Lain Kennedy- Careers Columnist, learned about one of my clients who had a very tough decision to make: Which federal job should he accept. Read her article here. Joyce Lain Kennedy Careers Now, Tribune Media Services 4:30 a.m. CST, November 18, 2012 DEAR JOYCE: After looking for a federal jobRead… Read more »
What happens beyond the Fiscal Cliff? A blue-ribbon cast of distinguished former federal leaders – largely from the national security community – have endorsed a three-part blueprint for governing in the 21st century. Former Vice Presidential National Security Advisor Leon Fuerth, working with Evan Faber, has released a white paper that has been a decadeRead… Read more »
Most organizations have their unfortunate history of major initiatives thrust on them by well-meaning executives and zealous consultants: total quality, six sigma, employee engagement, knowledge management, and other fads. While all can have their value, the reality of a sudden change in direction – “something completely different” – is a huge leap that often failsRead… Read more »
Market Connections and AOL Government just released a report that shows how federal managers see a significant potential for mobile technologies to improve productivity and saving taxpayer dollars. However, respondents to the study expressed concerns that current investments are inadequate to achieve much of that potential. The findings were based on an extensive survey commissionedRead… Read more »
After attending the Training Officers Consortium Annual Institute and the Diversity Conference this week, I noticed a lot of conversation centered on the need for innovation. A colleague of mine, Andy Beaulieu wrote this article for our blog and thought you all might enjoy it: Our initial article mentioned taking a systems perspective when itRead… Read more »
What do all of these people have in common? Albert Einstein Mohandas K. Gandhi Bill Gates Micheal Jackson Martin Luther King, Jr. Oprah Winfrey Influence. “The ability to affect others – seen only in its effect – without the exertion of force or formal authority.” Each one of these individuals knew how to harness theRead… Read more »
Shawn, HR Manager, recently was chosen to lead a special project to streamline all HR processes. Members of the project team include fellow managers throughout the company, including two managers in remote locations. “This project is a nightmare,” Shawn complained. “My team members ignore my e-mails. They ‘forget’ team meetings, or, worse still, they comeRead… Read more »