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Detail assignments are an underutilized tool in the federal workplace. Learn how managers and employees alike can benefit from detail assignments.
Learn how grit could help you take your career to the next step.
Working for the government allows you to move within your agency as well as between agencies. It also gives you the skillsets and a network that allows you to take a contracting and or a field-based position to strengthen your resume.
If you haven’t connected with your govie spirit animal yet, here are some for you to consider.
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.
A consistent practice of gratitude is what’s really good for you. Besides personal perks like improved physical and emotional health, being a grateful person can help you reach your career goals. It helps you be more likable, makes you a more effective manager, helps you network and get mentors, and improves your decision making capabilities… Read more »
Virtual trainings are an easy way to up your game in just about any skill. They are often recorded so you can listen to them at your convenience, whenever and wherever you can give them your full attention, whether that’s at home or in the office, on your smartphone or computer. Many trainings are available for free… Read more »
For 65 years my grandfather worked as a tailor at Learbury’s in Syracuse, nearly the entire duration of the company. He was a master of his trade, tailoring suits for mayors, governors and the uniforms for the Triple A baseball team in Syracuse (at the time it was the Yankees, now it’s the Nationals). He… Read more »
Said no one, ever. Sprinkle in a touch of government – ‘when I grow up I want to be a middle manager for the government’ and even your own child wouldn’t want you to show up on career day. In a meeting last week, co-workers were joking about being the dreaded ‘middle manager’, and I… Read more »