Rewarding employees for learning and self-development is more effective than rewarding employees solely on the results they produce.
Posts Tagged: professional development
How to overcome performance issues with one simple solution.
Master these three skills to succeed in a world where most government jobs will be automated.
We live in a world bursting at the seams with MORE—more information, more tasks, more requirements, more pressures. The trouble is, in our quest for more, we often end up with less. Here are five common things we do to get ahead, which are actually holding us back.
We act out of beliefs, but often aren’t aware of what those beliefs are, or how they affect us. Here are three powerful tools you can use to shift your mindset for more positive results in your life.
Get ready to be the best version of yourself.
Career stories and advice from women in government.
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.