How do we navigate blurred lines between taking it personally and professionally? The answer is to be human, stay engaged, take your work seriously, but don’t do it to the point where it becomes impossible to work through your feelings.
Posts Tagged: Millennial
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.
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.
As Malachy McCourt once said, “[Anger] or resentment is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die.” Anger may feel good and even justified in the moment, but the payoffs of keeping your cool at work are much greater than letting your anger control you.
There are four scientifically-based patterns of behavior: pioneers, drivers, guardians and integrators. Knowing which traits emerge more strongly in which people can help employers drive more rewarding collaboration among teams. As for millennials, they can help us better understand our work styles and help us tap into our specific strengths.
Don’t like the idea of managing? That’s okay! Here are 5 ways for you to still move up in your career.
First 5 celebrates 100!
As monotonous as slow days may seem, there are several ways you can use those periods to advance your professional development.
Looking for networking opportunities? Here are 6 groups to join now!
7 ways you can help the millennials in your office.