Your Employees: Go Ahead and Love Them

Posted on February 8th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

February is “love” season. You know, Valentines Day and all. In terms of the workplace, it kind of begs the question, “Can we show love at work?” In this day and age of harassment suits and political correctness, many managers shy away from showing love for their employees. I’m here to suggest that a little … Read More »


Your Secret Career Advantage

Posted on February 8th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

You leave an imprint throughout your life on other people, and vice versa, sometimes faint and slight, at other times clear and strong. You are subtly altered or touched in some way each time you cross paths with someone through the uncharted waters of your life. An imprint is authentic and lasting and is not … Read More »


Compliance or Alliance: The 2 Styles of Management

Posted on February 8th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. No Comments

If team members aren’t doing what you need them to do, how do you address that issue?

As a government team leader (with formal authority) or an influencer (with informal authority), your job is to get work done through others, to inspire them to deliver a quality product or service on time and under budget.
 

If goals … Read More »


Every Day is a Holiday

Posted on February 8th, by Phil Rosenberg in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Practically every day is a holiday – especially if you are retired. The month of February, however, offers some particularly interesting opportunities to admire the creativity of the greeting card industry or to explore some of the folklore or religious origins of some holidays.

Of course there are officially recognized holidays such as Presidents’ Day on … Read More »