Strive to be authentic, because if you want to be the best, you need to be yourself.
You are meant to make an impact in a big way. Use these lessons from history as a guide to share your brilliance with those who would value it.
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!
“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.
There are no characteristics more influential in a leader than kindness and strength. Lead with kindness to foster the most productive workforce.
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.
You may have had a New Year’s resolution planned since Halloween, or you might not have come to a resolution about what you’ll eat for dinner tonight. Whether you are the first person or the last, professional development books can motivate you for 2021. Here are five books to ring in the New Year.
The past year has led to constant changes in our work, but it doesn’t mean we can’t end on a good foot. Here is a checklist to set up 2021 for success.
Count down to the holidays with GovLoop and NextGen and find out which professional development reads will make your future career days merry and bright.
What all this shapes up for is an ugly government work environment in the immediate aftermath of the election, with a few possible situations at play.