As I draw ever closer to my big retirement day, people keep asking me about what I’ve learned along the way. My answer is the little things matter!
Posts By Rebecca Mack Johnson
Every one of us makes mistakes at work. But mistakes don’t have to derail your career. In fact, a mistake can only defeat or define you if you allow it to.
I will retire 34 years to the day that I started working for the government. These are the questions I want you to ask yourself.
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” Helen Keller spoke this line. How amazing that words from the 1920s are so relevant today.
Failure is natural, universal, inevitable and many other things depending on how you view it, learn from it and move forward. These tips can help.
Here are five ways leaders can seamlessly incorporate hope, optimism and enthusiasm into their agencies’ plans for success.
Ultimately, all three options have benefits. They are not mutually exclusive. And, they can all work in getting you moving forward.
Taking the high ground is one of ten leadership lessons that can make anyone an effective leader inside and outside of the workplace.
Is there a way to practice political savvy and remain true to our ethics and morals? As we encounter situations, we must understand it is not an either/or.
What does servant leadership really mean? How do I lead and live that way? It’s so simple. Be the leader or person you needed on your worst day.