Our jobs can become overwhelming and stress can begin to spill over into other spheres of our lives. How can we break the cycle? By practicing mindfulness.
Welcome to the latest edition of GovLoop’s exciting federal employment opportunities roundup for the week of February 28, 2020.
Self-awareness is key to having good relationships at work. How is yours?
If you or someone you know has been a victim of life-sucking meetings, continue reading.
If you feel like your calendar is not your own, here are some tips to create more white space and moments of creativity throughout the day.
I still don’t have all the answers in regard to my career transition, but I am getting close, and the experience of writing and reporting is a magnificent and productive strategy of learning by doing.
Over the course of my 40+ year span as a federal government employee, one of the most valuable habits I developed early on was to bring my lunch every day. And this habit taught me many valuable lessons.
In the years since Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, I’ve learned how to explain what I did in ways that are professionally relevant. Now, as someone in management who interviews job candidates, I have new perspective on how to land a job or prove to a hiring manager you are ready to take on new responsibilities.
As more government agencies are doing more with less, an onboarding program can capitalize on productivity.
Where does this unwarranted sense of insecurity come from? And how do you combat those feelings of fraudulence? We have you covered.