Whether you want to secure a promotion, a raise, or just get ahead in the workforce, read on.
Posts Tagged: career
You can’t have cake projects every day at work. No way would you ever get your ‘real’ job done. So, how can you get that “I’m eating cake!” feeling from your current assignments, until the next big ‘cake project’ comes along?
Never settle for mediocrity or lower your performance standards for anyone because at the end of the day, it is your very own reflection that will stare at you the harshest.
Here at GovLoop, our goal is simple: connect government to improve government. In order to do that, we need awesome, hard-working fellows to help us out! We’re hiring our next cohort of undergraduate or recently graduated students for our fall fellowship program. This is a full time, four month (August 22 – December 23), paid internship… Read more »
If you have decided to become a leader, please recognize that to manage people requires a great level of commitment and sacrifice. Know your role as a leader so that you can guide your employees to recognize their respective roles.
The relative truth and falsehood of the various myths surrounding millennials have been hotly debated for years now, and it can get frustrating. While we may not be able to put a stop to the media furor, we can take steps to make sure we combat these myths each day at school and at work.
Here are tips on how to receive and react to workplace criticism constructively, as well as the proper course of action if criticism becomes harassment.
Five tips that will help you not only grow in your job, but learn to really, really like it.
When you find a problem or opportunity, put yourself in a position to seize it, even if it doesn’t fit cleanly within your position description or your existing skill and knowledge set.
Some careers are the result of one of two specific options. People are either born with a specific talent to earn the job they want to do — or life takes them on various adventures which allows them to learn diverse skill sets that keep them gainfully employed.