5 Vital Steps to Reinvigorate Your Career

Have you lost that loving feeling for your career?

If so, you’re not alone. According to most recent edition of  The Conference Board’s Job Satisfaction survey (June 2014), a dismal... Read More »


Your Career: Be Ready to Advance it

Change is inevitable in the business environment, with globalization and the constant evolution of technology. To stay competitive, businesses must keep up with the rapid pace of change, and... Read More »


Waiting by the Mailbox

In our careers and in our lives, there are moments of key importance when news finally arrives that we have expected impatiently for a long time. The wait by... Read More »


Your Career is a Reflection on Your Life

When I think of the word, “career”, I think in terms of one’s lifework. It’s about the aspect of life devoted to working. For most of us, that is... Read More »


Why Giving Notice Matters

Welcome to 2015, and another year of unlimited possibilities and opportunities. Among these opportunities, for many people, landing a new job is by far one of the most exhilarating... Read More »


Taking Stock of Your Federal Job Search

It’s January 2015! Time to set some goals!! Let’s see…eat right, exercise, lose weight, and spend time perfecting our federal job application package. If we were honest, we might... Read More »


The Advantage Of Learning Just One Thing

Most of the time the New Year’s Resolution list is a mile long. But how much of last year’s list did you get accomplished? I am cringing here a... Read More »


Dispute Resolution: Public Private Partnerships

Dispute resolution is one of the most critical features within P3s because it facilitates a method of resolving any conflict within the partnership or the project. It also ensures... Read More »


Electoral System: UK & U.S.

It’s an exciting time for government. There’s a Presidential election next year in the US, and the UK will choose its Prime Minister in May, just a few months... Read More »


Run for Your Life

I have been a runner now for over 30 years at a level that many people can probably identify with. I will never be in danger of troubling the... Read More »


Organizational Policy in Local Government

Administrators and managers typically author and publish organizational policies, rules, and standards.  But when it comes to actually defining those standards, and the meaning and purpose of those rules, the leaders of... Read More »


Know Your Career Path, Know Yourself

Exploring potential careers is often a task laden with both anxiety and uncertainty. Let’s face it, when you’re not quite sure what it is that you want to do,... Read More »


Interview Experiences: Embrace Them All

A few months ago, I interviewed for a position with a local city I was more excited about than I would like to admit. While I knew I did... Read More »


Culture Change: Teach an Old Dog New Tricks

Today more than ever, customers – taxpayers – expect more from their municipal, county, state, and federal government service providers. They expect accurate information and quality services delivered... Read More »


Body Language Mistakes in a Job Interview

Knowingly or unknowingly, due to excitement or nervousness, a job applicant tends to overlook certain habits that can turn up to be a major factor in job selection or... Read More »


Performance Issues in the Workplace

Joe had always been a strong performer, but in his new role he really seemed to be slacking off. His boss, Hannah has tried to coach him, but he’s... Read More »


Local Government: Making a Difference

As a public service professional, you may have a strong will to work for the federal government. The skills and knowledge that you may have learned through experience or... Read More »


Avoid 3 Mistakes for Career Success in 2015

It’s the end of the year again (already!) and a great time to start planning. What would YOU like your career to look like next year?

Is it time for... Read More »