Too much people-pleasing can affect our sanity and wellbeing and doesn’t even really help us to advance our careers the way we think it does. Here’s how you can ditch your people-pleasing tendencies.
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Even the best employees have a few bad workplace habits that they need to kick. Here are three of the most common work blunders and a few tips on how to avoid them.
How can millennials make a difference in their local governments? In an interview with GovLoop, the cofounders of A Functional Democracy discussed how millennials can engage with their governments in a creative manner.
March is almost over, but with recent headlines in government, there’s still a lot to catch up on. To help, we’ve put together a millennial reading list for you comprising millennial-focused articles.
The truth is – no matter how smart, driven and charismatic – no one can go it alone in their professional journey. That’s why it’s critical to seek these four types of people for your career.
Nobody likes conflict, but it’s particularly unpleasant when you have a disagreement with your higher-up. Here are a few tips to make sure things go smoothly.
You landed an unpaid internship, but you’re confused about whether or not you should accept, and with good reason. If you’re still struggling with your decision, here are a few things you should consider:
If you’re leaving your job or completing an internship, do your best to put in the time and effort now to leave your team in a good spot so they can continue succeeding without you. And you can better succeed on your next venture.
Whether it’s a new administration, shifting budget priorities or even a shutdown, the only constant in being a public servant is change. Here’s how you can navigate.
Millennials have been called the cheapest generation. But with the recent economic recession, tremendous student debt, and an increase in urban migration, the truth of the matter is we’re a broke generation.