Effective government leadership today is less about command and control than about listening, connecting, and engaging—with constituents and with other government and non-government organizations.
By Tiffany Dovey Fishman
Traditional leadership styles made for command-and-control environments are no longer adequate for the challenges that government faces today. As a result, the notion of what constitutes effective leadership in government is evolving.
By Katherine Ryan and Abed Ali
What makes an effective government leader in a world where citizens expect real-time engagement with their institutions and whose social problems often defy siloed solutions?
By William D. Eggers
To reclaim a reputation for competency, government will need a political culture that values and honors capable managers, as well as public servants with the courage to tell the unpleasant truths to their political masters.