I know you have heard these words spoken before: “It’s not my fault!” And when I hear these words from someone in a leadership position, that “leader” quickly loses credibility with me. That is because leaders don’t blame other people when something goes wrong.
Posts Tagged: career
2017 is just around the corner and here at GovLoop, we’re already prepping for the New Year which means: we’re hiring! We are looking for bright, hard-working current or recent students (an undergraduate degree, or working towards one, is all that is required) to join us starting January 9th. These are paid internships in Downtown DC. Positions are 4… Read more »
While your parents may advocate for company or agency loyalty, there are important reasons millennials are job hopping more and more each year. Mental and physical health, stronger engagement within your agency, and a more resilient sense of purpose are driving millennials to jump from one job to the next.
If you do decide that it’s worth it to get a master’s degree, there are still four questions that you should seek answers to before enrolling in a program.
Avoid being a workplace bully, and concentrate your energy on improving the workplace for generations of women to come. I promise, it’ll be worth it.
Finding a mentor is the most important advice I give when growing your career. Professional networking is the other, but how do you do it? Many agree with the importance but the question is should government or private industry help build a professional network for its employees?
The federal government has been working hard to revamp their recruiting and retaining practices surrounding millennials. Check out how they have improved and what new innovations in the hiring process you can take advantage of.
It takes time to work with our natural inclinations. So here are some simple ways that help identify and eradicate problem procrastination.
I realize we have hundreds of civil service classifications throughout our state, and our governing department is attempting to consolidate or eliminate hundreds of said classifications. At some point, the madness has to stop. With that said, I thought I would take the time this week to spotlight some of the more popular classifications.
So, how can you tell if you’re treating another female coworker unfairly? Well, it’s not exactly easy to pinpoint micro aggressions, but it’s important to try, and GovFem is here to help.