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The Georgia Defense Exchange offers a suite of tools to identify contract opportunities from federal and State of Georgia agencies, research previously awarded contracts, analyze Defense spending data and trends and access training resources.
Work won't remain virtual forever, and there are good reasons for that. Here's a look at what to expect next.
Compensation is top of mind as organizations try to retain employees. Along with pay and benefits, emotional compensation will mean the difference between retention and turnover.
Resignations recently hit an all-time high. You can't prevent every employee departure, but proactive leadership can retain more people and make for smoother offboarding.
Leadership can be a series of starts and stops, but that's how it is. Great leaders understand that and focus on "ensuring all your key players arrive."
Multitasking isn't the solution many people think it is. Here's a better way to prioritize and actually get done what needs to get done.
Mismanagement of conflict is often the bigger problem than the conflict itself. Here are some common examples and how to address them.
What are companies doing to return to pre-pandemic normalcy? And what operational items have changed for good?
Returning to offices isn't about one way or the other but about accepting uncertainty and learning to be dynamic. It requires strategic thinking instead of tactical thinking.
Good presentations need to be organized or else you risk confusing or overwhelming your audience.
Organizations need the right amount of psychological safety, trust and communication to be diverse and innovative.
The day-to-day working environment affects everything about work, but it's often an area managers overlook or aren't equipped to develop. Read on for advice on how to change that.