Organizational Policy in Local Government

Posted on January 12th, by Stan Skipworth in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Administrators and managers typically author and publish organizational policies, rules, and standards.  But when it comes to actually defining those standards, and the meaning and purpose of those rules, the leaders of the organization will develop common understandings and commitments through those they lead.

These definitions, and more importantly the understanding they support, contribute to the tone of the … Read More »


5 Ways to Create a Learning Culture

Posted on January 12th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

Every day when I arrived home from school my mom would ask the same question. It was deliberate and predictable. She would ask me, “Marnie, what did you learn today.” Early on my response was also predictable. “Nothing.”

Year after year my mother asked this question and eventually I learned that “nothing” was not an acceptable … Read More »


Know Your Career Path, Know Yourself

Posted on January 11th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Exploring potential careers is often a task laden with both anxiety and uncertainty. Let’s face it, when you’re not quite sure what it is that you want to do, you might feel the pressure to just “pick something.” When developing career goals, most people make decisions based upon their passion for a specific industry or … Read More »


Interview Experiences: Embrace Them All

Posted on January 11th, by Marc Plooster in networking/interviewing. No Comments

A few months ago, I interviewed for a position with a local city I was more excited about than I would like to admit. While I knew I did not have the education and experience needed to be a fully qualified candidate, I thought I still had a chance given I knew every one of … Read More »