The author of Moneyball and The Blind Side takes a look at the Trump transition team – and then at government itself.
Posts Tagged: reading
It’s summertime, and the reading is easy.
Check out this list of GovFem’s favorite books. They’re all about women in the workplace, including what we can do to promote ourselves, how we can confront sexism, and how to climb the career ladder.
Taking a step back to gain some perspective can lead to clearer thinking or better ideas and is essential to personal and professional development. The best way to gain some perspective is to pursue lots of different subjects that interest you. Check out where we get our inspiration.
It is never too late to learn something new. Check out this blog for suggestions on how to give yourself opportunities to learn without ever signing up for a class.
Books you need to read if you are making a transition at work.
We have books that can help you advance your career and another list of books written by public servants for extra insight into why government work matters.
Pick up one of these books about leadership, public speaking, negotiations, productivity, and other knowledge important to success in the public sector, and you’ll learn lessons that can improve your professional standing while taking a much-deserved break.
Have you reached your limit with the presidential election? Are you looking for something else to occupy your time this summer? Why not use the next few months to start (or continue) setting career goals for yourself?
Therapy dogs in government can help in a variety of ways.