Spend any time in the workforce, and there is a high possibility that you will be made to feel “small” by a colleague talking down to you or devaluing your input. Taking some time, however, to understand what motivates condescension, as well as learning some strategies to combat it, can help.
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A professor from UT Austin and an executive-in-residence at American U outline practical tips that new managers can take to improve their leadership skills.
Melissa Kepler and Amelia Cohen-Levy shared best practices for setting and achieving goals during GovLoop’s Professional Development Virtual Summit.
Recognizing that you are ultimately the only anchor holding yourself down will help you scale the summit in any industry, including government.
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Innovation is a mindset, and this checklist will help you get into it.
When I joined a new workplace, I considered a few controllable elements that aided the transition. Personal development and workplace interactions are key.