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So, you want to get promoted? Check out these tips.
For some in government, January can mark the beginning of, or next step in, a plan to reach a leadership position. Here, I’m sharing some tips on grooming yourself for the leadership role you desire to get your 2017 off to a great start.
Whether you want to secure a promotion, a raise, or just get ahead in the workforce, read on.
Have you noticed you are consistently being passed for that coveted promotion? Here are five things you might be doing wrong.
An introduction to the idea of building and implementing a plan for your career in government
The majority of the leadership development opportunities available today focus on senior level career (GS14, 15 and Senior Executive Service) employees. Limited opportunities are available for new supervisors or mid-level employees. However, doesn’t it seem like a bit of an oxymoron to wait until you’re in a leadership role to start developing your leadership abilities? Recognizing… Read more »
We all know how powerful networking can be when we’re on the hunt for a job – but what we don’t often talk about is how important it is to network within your organization while you’re happily employed. If you’re looking for a promotion, a pay raise, or to avoid being downsized, you can’t just… Read more »
Everyone has heard the stories of lottery winners who receive large sums of money only to find themselves broke within a few years. . . Or the stories of star athletes who come into financial resources and stardom at a young age and later end up in legal trouble battling severe addictions and emotional issues…. Read more »
I’ve been participating in a young professional women’s group. Recently we discussed and worked through Lois Frankel’s Nice Girls ^Still Don’t Get The Corner Office. Frankel’s book offers an assessment to help identify areas the reader self-identifies as performing well and areas the reader self-identifies as needing improvement. One common area improvement amongst the group… Read more »