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Brainstorming sessions that are not well planned and executed are a waste of everyone’s time. Here are some of our tips and tricks to make sure all your meetings run smoothly.
How do you get out of your head to experience life now? How do you not let that little voice in your head take over? These are some ways I find have helped me live in the moment. Some days it works and others, it’s harder. I find too that the more I practice, the… Read more »
It’s important to remember that it’s okay not to be sure, and not to have an answer to the question, “What do you want to do for the rest of your life?” It’s okay if your first job or first major internship isn’t necessarily the career of your dreams.
Federal agencies are currently in the midst of developing grand reform plans and four-year strategic plans to submit to OMB this week. But sometimes it is worthwhile to stand back and look at whether you’re doing the basics right.
Taking the time to reflect, ground ourselves and practice self-care has a positive impact on both our professional development and our overall well-being. Though mindfulness won’t necessarily eliminate the stressors in our lives and workplace, it gives us the tools “to handle our stress and worry in a healthier way.”
We’ve found seven of the best online courses that can help government employees like yourself get ready to become a new manager.
Many articles make it seem as though there are problems inherent to women’s speech patterns, with no real way to win. Women in the workplace are either read as too timid and feminine, or unlikeable and aggressive.
Managing an employee who is under performing or engaging in misconduct can be a challenge. But mentoring these employees and helping them build resilience will often bring about better results.