A few tips that can help you make the right choices to succeed in government work.
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You can use the power of validation to prove that you meet the gold standard of your profession when you apply for jobs, promotions, awards, grants, academic programs, speaking engagements, the Senior Executive Service or other forms of professional recognition.
When it comes to getting ready for new public sector job opportunities it’s more important than ever for you to be able to look in the mirror and understand yourself better as a result.
When should you start considering leaving your current job and start looking for a new job?
My brain has told me that once you get a good job, the path to greater happiness is to get an even better one. Turns out, my brain is wrong along with my formula for evaluating success in relation to happiness.
By answering these four questions, you are on your way to finding what truly is important to you.
Perhaps the reason we cling to the “get what you came for” attitude during graduate school (or a post-doctoral stint, or a low-paying internship) is that we need something to get us through the phase where we pay our dues, the phase where the hours are long and the paychecks are small. The incentive to… Read more »
Whether you’re under re-evaluation, looking for a new job, or just want to do a little pre-spring cleaning, here are some tips on editing your social media profile and keeping it professional.
In the musical chairs of life, you will probably eventually leave your current job for a better one. When you do so, you should try to leave your job as gracefully and smoothly as possible. Some tips to help you move on without messing up.
So you landed a job interview. Congratulations! You probably beat out dozens, or hundreds, of competitors to rank among the best and the brightest. So go ahead, savor your victory, crank the sound track to Rocky, and run some victory laps around your cube. Then, start preparing for your interview. Why? Because of the paradox… Read more »