unions are finding themselves on more solid ground when negotiating wages and benefits, prompting a surge of new picket lines.
With a growing number of people from different walks of life and with different skills, working in teams has become more important than ever.
Whatever the reason, many attempts to strengthen remote team relationships fail because they are missing two important elements.
If leadership is a verb, then in and of itself, it is, therefore, an action. Leadership should also seek to make a difference, for the better.
Not doing our due diligence to create strong passwords makes it easier for hackers to crack our login credentials.
Your agency may save money since you don’t need to set up a physical space or other aspects of typical in-person gatherings.
Policymakers have the resources to fund distressed areas. However, they lack hard evidence for which programs work best.
The more you behave in ways that are inconsistent with what you say or what others expect, the greater the likelihood that people will come to distrust you.
Working remotely provides the opportunity to strike a better work-life balance, whilst others may find they’re less productive at home.
There is a perfect storm going on in many workplaces today, but the mindset and skillset of leaders have not shifted or adapted.
Today, almost any job you can find in the private sector you can also find in the government.
The only way to create true reach and become a true reach expert is to choose to create an online presence to share value on your core topics.
It’s incumbent on employees and managers to communicate why the organization and new work practices are important.
The key to personal branding and LinkedIn is that it is not meant to be static. You cannot update your profile, set it, and forget it.
Workplace managers can also change the overall work culture for the better by adjusting their leadership styles.
Great bosses nurture truth-tellers, players from across the organization that will boldly tell leaders what’s going well and what’s not. And great bosses listen.
Good Listeners don’t’ hijack conversations! Instead, they ask second and third questions.
Local governments rely on social media as a communication channel more than ever as more people use it regularly.