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Living Our Values – This Is Who We Are

This is WHo We Are - booklet coverGreetings from the Northern Region Ranger meeting in beautiful Butte, America! Over the past few weeks I have made it a priority to get out as much as I can, reconnecting with employees and with the people you serve in the communities where you live and work. Those local connections are key to how people experience us as an organization. We want people to see our agency core values of service, conservation, interdependence, diversity and safety come through in how we work with each other and our communities, tribes and partners.

On Thursday, I also had the opportunity to reconnect with a group of Forest Service leaders through the Leadership Forum. The Leadership Forum, an online forum that occurs on a quarterly basis, was established to create deeper understanding and agreement on critical issues facing the agency, as well as to help generate shared responsibility for delivering new results. Living our values is what this week’s Leadership Forum was all about. Together, we reflected on what it meant to live our agency values during the furlough. We chose the furlough as a framework for dialogue because it was a...

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