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What I didn’t realize before starting my first managerial position was how much the role of a manager equals teacher.
In our jobs as federal employees, knowing how to do our jobs and do them well is essential to our success. Our success is predicated on the training we receive and the attitude we take regarding that training and how we build upon it thereafter. But, how do you know if you are successful at… Read more »
In my last post, I spoke about how the US Postal Service is leveraging its existing expertise in the delivery business to begin a two-year grocery delivery test in San Francisco, CA, and how you can emulate them leveraging your existing skills by teaching what you already know. There are a number of ways you… Read more »
You may or may not know that the US Postal Service is now in the grocery delivery business. Yes, they have been given approval by the Postal Regulatory Commission for a two-year grocery delivery test in San Francisco, CA. You also may or may not know that the US Postal Service works as subcontractors for… Read more »
First, my social media mantra was something I said and tweeted: mission, tool, metrics, teach. Then it was a blog post. Now I’ve created a workshop that I delivered recently at a conference. It combines several other presentations and things I’ve said and written over the past few years. At the conference, people sat 4-5… Read more »
For a few months now, I’ve been repeating this mantra about how to approach social media projects: mission, tool, metrics, teach. It was even one of the options for the day 1 camp song at Gov’t 2.0 Camp. It came to me while walking home from the Metro one day. I was trying to come… Read more »