Online trainings for government and public sector professionals are an ideal way to learn new skills and advance your career. They also can be an affordable option if you work at an agency that has cut travel budgets for staff.
Posts Tagged: career development
Use these five steps to refine your current skills and learn new skills to keep you employable now and in the future.
Slowing down and re-anchoring ourselves in what is important at work can help grow your career in ways you may not have thought of.
It will be another 365 days before we are given this opportunity again, so let’s not waste it. Write down, implement and measure your success in 2017. And feel free to share your resolutions with us in the comment section below.
Learn something new everyday – that’s a phrase you’ve heard since you were little. You should always be looking for new experiences, skills to gain and ways to grow in leadership positions. As much as you want to do all these things, it’s easier said than done. So, where do you begin? In GovLoop’s recent… Read more »
Has your career hit a plateau? Are you bored, dissatisfied, unchallenged? Your career is stagnant. Here are three tips that might help get you on track.
When you’re looking for the best candidate to fill your next leadership position, someone with an MBA degree might be the perfect fit.
First impressions have a way of sticking with people, and those first few interactions experienced when starting a new job are no exception. Even so, many HR professionals and managers rush through the on-boarding experience or rely on old methods that are no longer (or never were) effective.
This week marks my fourth week on detail to the Office of Personnel Management’s Innovation Lab, commonly known as The Lab at OPM. If you’re not familiar with the Lab, it was created as a space to encourage creative problem solving within the government. Modeled after visits to companies known for creativity and innovation in… Read more »
A lot of advice you’ll hear about how to handle your last two weeks at a job focuses on surviving. As if giving your two weeks notice is the equivalent of a zombie apocalypse or a vacation with your in-laws. Rather than survive, wouldn’t it be better to thrive? Giving your two weeks notice isn’t an excuse to dial it in…. Read more »