Ready to retire, columnist Jeff Neal reflects on his more than three decades in and around federal government, and the lessons he’s learned.
For at least one side of the story, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Tully Rinckey attorney Larry Youngner.
Out of 17 management reforms the State Department outlined to Congress last February, only one has been accomplished.
At the moment, the Department of Homeland Security has so many top management openings it looks like Swiss cheese.
Mohan Rao, chief product and technology officer at StreetShares, discusses how expert guidance from a CPO or CTO can make or break a company’s bottom line.
What are key leadership qualities for a digital age? How can you become a Mindful Leader? What tools and practices can be employed to better lead yourselves, your teams, and your organizations. Join host Michael Keegan on The Business of Government Hour as he explores these questions and more with Jacqueline Carter, co-author of The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results.
Mirza Baig, partner and co-leader at Aldrich Capital Partners, discusses what it’s like to move from being an entrepreneur to a venture investor, and how that puts him in the specific position of relating to the journeys and hardships of startups and businesses looking for funding.
On this EXTRA episode, Stanley McChrystal, retired US Army General and co-author of Leaders: Myth and Reality, discusses what leadership actually means, and why it isn’t just a magic power doled out by a rare great man.
The election wasn’t really a referendum on federal employees but they had a lot at stake. Margot Conrad, director of Federal Workforce Programs at the Partnership for Public Service, offered her perspective.
With military service at lower rates than in the past, researchers Alice Hunt Friend and Mara Karlin say more and more Americans express admiration for something they don’t fully understand.