To stay competitive, organizations must continually identify and develop future leaders. Federal agencies and companies alike should intentionally integrate leaders into their human capital strategies as they prepare for the future of work.
We tell ourselves, our coworkers, and our kids to at least try before saying “I can’t.” So, what happens when we are presented with an urgent challenge that, on paper, just seems impossible? The resources, the budget, and the schedule might just not add up.
Arlington, VA, (January 18, 2019) — The Professional Services Council (PSC) elected Lynn Ann Casey, Chief Executive Officer of Arc Aspicio, to its Board of Directors during its annual membership meeting. Casey will serve a three-year term.
Design Thinking is on the rise in the business world. Design Thinking leaders focus on creating the best product for their clients and working with the experiences and insight of fellow coworkers. Some of the key characteristics of Design Thinking leaders present themselves in individuals who are open and subject themselves to vulnerability with clients and coworkers. These qualities help leaders to connect and build relationships with others. They also create an open flow of communication that allows for others to better share their knowledge to align with and understand the company's mission.
I spent the early years of my career in the United States Navy as a Naval Flight Officer on the E-2C Hawkeye, the Navy’s aircraft carrier-based Airborne Early Warning and Command and Control platform. The various missions of the aircraft demand that aircrew monitor up to ten radio frequencies, and actively speak on three or four of those, at any given moment in flight.
What do you want to be when you grow up? The truth of the matter is, I’ve never wanted to answer that question. I’ve never been someone who felt tied to one particular activity or career path (and I have a disgruntled high school guidance counselor who can vouch for that). What I did know coming out of college were two things: I wanted to solve problems facing our country and I wanted to continue learning.
We tell our story to share who we are as a company. This blog is the fifth in a series that highlights how our strategy and culture lead to positive results for our clients and employees.
What distinguishes Arc Aspicio apart from the rest? For me, it’s the investment in an employee’s personal and professional growth. Arc Aspicio is a place where employees are supported and encouraged to keep learning, growing, and being challenged.
Discovering talent with potential has been a focal point of the Arc Aspicio since its founding in 2004. As a consulting firm, Arc Aspicio is in the talent business. We invest in people at all levels (including our interns) who show promise and potential, and help them grow the skills they need to be successful in consulting (or in an internal specialty role in our fun and very busy office).