“Do more than is required. What is the distance between someone who achieves their goals consistently and those who spend their lives and careers merely following? The extra mile.”–Gary Ryan Blair If you get the opportunity, PLEASE apply for this program. I had the pleasure of being selected to attend the 2015 FSIS Escalade LeadershipRead… Read more »
Posts By Adrienne Nelson-Reynolds
Does your workplace feel like the frontline? Are you constantly searching for workplace harmony? How can we ever get past that last conflict?
Has your career hit a plateau? Are you bored, dissatisfied, unchallenged? Your career is stagnant. Here are three tips that might help get you on track.
There are many different paths to excellence in government service. The stories of our employees are intriguing and varied. Here is one path that may not be traditional, but has been successful.
This holiday season, the season of giving, as you’re looking for ways to change someone’s life or improve their circumstances, consider donating some of your leave to someone in need. You can’t begin to understand the impact you might have on someone’s life.
If you’re like me, you take so much for granted….your freedom, your coworkers, your relationships. Here are the basics of keeping your coworkers encouraged.
Have you been wondering why your career hasn’t reached amazing heights? Have you ever considered whether you are exhibiting the essential characteristics to be a team player? Here are five characteristics I have identified as necessary to be a team player.
Here are five tips to help you decide what your next stop will be on this career train.