Over the course of my 40+ year span as a federal government employee, one of the most valuable habits I developed early on was to bring my lunch every day. And this habit taught me many valuable lessons.
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In the years since Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, I’ve learned how to explain what I did in ways that are professionally relevant. Now, as someone in management who interviews job candidates, I have new perspective on how to land a job or prove to a hiring manager you are ready to take on new responsibilities.
As more government agencies are doing more with less, an onboarding program can capitalize on productivity.
Before you say “yes” to a job offer make sure your values, beliefs and personality are aligned with the company culture.
Being not busy can be hard. And the work you need to do is real. But the reward from finding just a bit of time to rest can make that work all the better. So, how do you make taking time off a part of your regular routine?
Don’t let disappointment be the brick wall to your success. Leverage it to be stepping stones to bigger and brighter opportunities.
Agile methodology has attained a following in the private sector. However, many public sector leaders are wary about adopting it in the context of government software development and other public sector procurement.
Read on to meet these contributors for GovLoop who will be posting once a week for the next three months!
Introspection is the first step to living our best lives, and ultimately, affecting positive change in the world around us.
Read on to meet these contributors for GovLoop who will be posting once a week for the next three months. They bring a variety of government experience ranging from engagement and retention to state and local HR to diversity and leadership management.