Entering any new role is difficult, and government can be even more daunting given the bureaucracy, rules, and regulations that come with the job. Add in a new administration and you’re sure to face some extra challenges.
To start out on the right note, take a note from elected officials. Many politicos say that the first 100 days of a new administration are by far the most productive, and the outcome of those first few months sets the pace for the rest of the presidency or governorship. And even if you didn’t land the highest office in the land, you can still apply this idea.
Follow these tips to make your first 100 days at work a successful start to your long-term government career.