The High Price of Complaining

Posted on July 9th, by Jeffrey Morgan in About the Public Sector. No Comments

“Private Stooper, front and center! Assume the front leaning rest position.” That’s army talk for get ready to do pushups. It’s a bitterly cold January morning at Fort Leonard Wood and every drill sergeant is here. Even the first sergeant and a couple of lieutenants showed up, which never happens. There are 200 recruits standing … Read More »


Leaders Can Foster a Learning Agile Workplace

Posted on July 6th, by Linda Gravett in education/training. No Comments

Learning agility, or flexible learning, can be a true asset to any organization.  Learning agile employees provide creative, customer-focused approaches to help foster an engaged and ever-evolving workplace.

There are four types of learning agility: mental; people; change; and results.

Mental agility refers to individuals who are comfortable with complexity, examine problems carefully, and make connections between … Read More »


Ninja Leaders Accomplish More with Less

Posted on July 6th, by Scott Lesnick in on the job. No Comments

I’m used to going against the grain.  Always have. They guy who managed himself and others in a non-traditional manner was often questioned when it came to this method. Not so much though when it came to results. And, results matter. You make important decisions and recommendations to people every day. You also hire the … Read More »


5 Ways to Fire Up Your Employability

Posted on July 6th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

Being employable is not the same as being employed. Getting the next job is only a step in your lifelong journey of being employable. Becoming and remaining employable involves staying relevant, up-to-date and a good cultural fit. Here are five ways to fire up your employability at any stage of your life:

Develop your self-awareness

Understanding what … Read More »