Working Your Strategic Plan

Posted on August 4th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

Has your organization joined the many that are embarking on a strategic plan?  Public sector organizations are turning to strategic plans en masse with the hope of defining a better future.  Beautiful documents are being created to represent visions of a better state.  In a recent poll of public agencies, we found that nearly 80% … Read More »


What is Your Purpose?

Posted on August 3rd, by Brian Sooy in on the job. No Comments

Do you feel that you are doing work that matters?

As you lead your team or guide your department, do you ever ask yourself “Is it worth it?” Are we making a difference in the lives of the people that we serve? 

Every day when you arrive at the office, there is always a long to–do list. … Read More »


Resume Strategies: Showcase Your Accomplishments

Posted on August 3rd, by Deb Wheatman in networking/interviewing. No Comments

If you have seen one list of functions for a particular job title, you have seen them all.   Yet, many candidates copy and paste the job description into the resume.  That signals to the hiring employer that you are either too lazy to craft a professional resume or that you did not perform beyond the … Read More »


Organizational Leaders: Their Work Habits

Posted on August 3rd, by Gabe Gabrielsen in Career Advice. No Comments

This is the third article in a series of five highlighting the simple differences between organizational managers and organizational leaders.  The first highlighted how great leaders write slightly different then Managers.  The second focused on the fact that great leaders dress a little different than most managers. This article will address the subtle, but noticeable, … Read More »