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Posts Tagged: Pride
Feds face constant change, including big changes in chains of command and our agencies’ goals and priorities. In the face of change, my best advice is to maintain a sense of pride in your work, keep things in perspective, and find ways to support your colleagues and ask for their support in return. Here are… Read more »
Originally posted on #GovLife. I’m telling you, I click through to the most random websites. I found ‘Loving what you do is not enough‘ particularly interesting as a public servant. We talk a lot about pride in the public service – as employees, but also from the perspective of Canadians. The article really hit home… Read more »
So is this State Department employee. I’m soooo glad he wrote this op-ed: I work for Uncle Sam, and I’m proud of it He captures exactly the right tone of being proud to serve my country and being tired of being accused of being a lazy sleazeball by politicians of every stripe.
There’s bound to be plenty of talk about what we are thankful for this week as we approach Thanksgiving and the holiday season, so I wanted to share a project that we’ve been working on at HP that I’m extremely thankful for. We’ve been lucky enough to connect with NBC’s new show “School Pride” to… Read more »