Workplace Inspiration: Provide Your Team With It!

Posted on March 10th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. No Comments

Does your organization have formalized performance standards in the form of KPI’s – key performance indicators? You may not call them KPI’s but it is likely that you have performance expectations defined in specific, measurable terms.

Those standards might include project completion or budget analysis or customer service targets or reduction of expenses, etc.

Leaders have a vital responsibility to … Read More »


Reach For The Stars, The Sky Is Not The Limit

Posted on March 10th, by David Shindler in education/training. No Comments

We often refer to the sky being the limit. How claustrophobic says Rachel Wolchin of TheGoodVibe.co. A spacecraft landing on a meteorite shows how far to date the human race has gone beyond its extra-terrestrial ambitions since the Moon landings nearly 50 years ago.

Does pursuing your job and career ambitions feel like mission impossible? Let … Read More »


Information Governance Insights

Posted on March 10th, by Robin Woolen in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Information Governance has long been a major issue for governmental agencies, even before the Presidential Directive on Records Management of 2012.

Information Governance Insights will be series of articles intended to provide guidance on improving or establishing your own program. Information Governance is not a software package that can be installed to solve all your issues. … Read More »


When Your New Job Isn’t a Fit

Posted on March 10th, by Juliana Weiss-Roessler in on the job. No Comments

After months of unemployment, it finally happened – you got a new job! You worked your butt off for this one, so you’ve decided to enjoy it… which unfortunately is a lot harder than you anticipated.

When you got the interview you were so excited that you spent all of your energy selling yourself to the … Read More »