Career stories and advice from women in government.
Posts Tagged: professional development
Are you a nimble employee?
The first thing I learned about performance management when I entered federal service was quite clear: it’s a huge stressor for everyone. There are few topics quicker to engender eye rolls, sighs, or head shaking. No one likes talking about it, and dealing with it is downright painful. So why is this? There are many… Read more »
Good mentors can help you succeed in your public service career. Beware of the bad mentors who use mentoring to advance his or her career at the expense of the mentee’s career. In this article, I help you spot and avoid the Sith Mentor.
Learn how you can fit professional development into the busiest of schedules.
5 tips to revamp your resume no matter what stage of your career you are at.
Online trainings are quickly becoming the go-to tool for professional development. Learn how you can get the most out of the next one you attend.
It’s time to start planning your professional development in 2017 with GovLoop’s updated list of the best government conferences.
To stay on track during the presidential transition, what potential career mistakes should you be sure to avoid?
Working for the government allows you to move within your agency as well as between agencies. It also gives you the skillsets and a network that allows you to take a contracting and or a field-based position to strengthen your resume.