When storms come (literally or figuratively), remember that the pain will eventually go away or become more manageable. Remember that you have what it takes to weather that storm. Remember that you are not alone.
If you’re a recent grad, or considering a career switch, a lack of experience to land that first job or move into a new role can be intimidating. Don’t give up. You may be able to get the skills you need by donating your time to organizations who are looking for eager volunteers
When you’re unhappy at your job and you’re not feeling supported or valued, it’s easy to lose your confidence in your abilities. When your confidence wanes, make sure you find other ways to build it back up.
After a year of hosting informal events to introduce their friends and colleagues directly to other friends who were running for office, Austinites Nathan Ryan and Liz Coufal looked at the growing crowds and realized they had tapped into something bigger than themselves.
I’ve been fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve on several boards and advisory committees over the last 15 years, including as a nonprofit board chair. Here are some of the things I learned along the way
Last year, only 24 percent government workers were between the ages of 20 and 35. Attract young talent by championing these four millennial-approved values.
Any employee, regardless of their position, has the potential to be a leader within their organization.
The turning of the seasons is a natural time to reflect, to think about where we are in our journey and where we’d like to go.
Becoming a thriving leader means stepping outside of your comfort zone and taking on new risks. Simply put, risk is exposure to harm. As a leader, the risks are plentiful.
Here are some of our lessons learned that you could use to prepare your own municipal fellowship program for its next set of innovators.