Do you know that feeling of dread? That empty pit in the bottom of your stomach when you are about to be scrutinized? Are you frustrated by the ‘outsiders’ who come in and don’t have a realistic view of the day to day work you do? We all face the same challenges when it comes… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Tips
After a recent trip as an exhibitor at a professional conference promoting the career opportunities for my organization, I gained some great insight into the conference life. Here are a few tips and suggestions for your next professional conference.
Keeping yourself safe online doesn’t have to be a hassle and you can have a little fun doing it! Here are a few easy tips that can make a considerable difference in keeping your online profile more secure and help you feel like a secret agent in the process.
If you want to work in government, you need to be strategic about where to go to find employment. Right now, local governments are a smart place to look for a new job or to kick off a career in public service. Here’s where to go.
Tips to avoid organizational failures.
Learn something new everyday – that’s a phrase you’ve heard since you were little. You should always be looking for new experiences, skills to gain and ways to grow in leadership positions. As much as you want to do all these things, it’s easier said than done. So, where do you begin? In GovLoop’s recent… Read more »
These tips will help you feel more confident the next time you present on a webinar so that you can laugh off any glitches and continue on with style.
Tactics for successful negotiations.
In this week’s blog, I will cover some of the general lessons I learned about negotiations that can also apply to general conversations and interactions with others.
A lot of people are looking for federal jobs today, and if you’re one of these people it’s important to look before you leap. Before you apply, make sure you scrutinize the announcement like an eagle scrutinizes a rabbit before swooping down to catch it and eat it. Scrutinize all you want, but please don’t… Read more »