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Individuality, Integration: Leadership Styles in Team Collaboration

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Heather Getha-Taylor

Today's heightened attention to collaboration amid resource constraints and boundary-spanning problems places new requirements on public managers at all levels of government. Managers must balance the demands of hierarchical leadership within their home organizations wi... More »

Engagement Goes Beyond Satisfaction to Include Personal Commitment

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Targeted toward a practitioner audience, Engaging Government Employees largely succeeds in outlining concepts while providing in-depth "how-to" guidance for successfully implementing employee engagement programs. More »

Collarboration and Employee Satisfaction Drive Agencies

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Paula Ketter

As government agencies seek new and more efficient ways to get the job done, the need for collaboration is stronger than ever. Government managers are tasked with "doing more with less," so they are rethinking business as usual by collaborating within their agency, acro... More »

It’s Not Easy Being a Federal ‘Best Place to Work’

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Mark Doboga

Managers can use data to hone in on improving employee satisfaction. Agency leaders also should celebrate successes to solicit employee support for continued efforts. There is little doubt that high levels of employee satisfaction and commitment lead to a more effect... More »

Challenges and Opportunities for Second Obama Administration

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John Palguta

The results of the 2012 presidential election offer both good news and bad news for President Obama. The good news is that he now has another four years to work on improving government performance. The bad news is that he now has another four years to work on improving ... More »