Service is Not a Dilemma

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Service is Not a Dilemma

Posted on June 9th, by Stan Skipworth in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Each of us within our professional roles have a fundamental responsibility to support our organization to the extent that we must also support our colleagues and peers if we are truly dedicated to the greater success of the company.

But, when exactly does that responsibility actually begin?  More specifically, what is a colleague and … Read More »


Achieve Your Dreams With Higher Education

Posted on June 5th, by Bianca Argueta in education/training. No Comments

As a first generation daughter of Salvadorian immigrants, raised in the predominantly Latino community of East Los Angeles, fulfilling my educational dreams has come with many struggles, which have nonetheless allowed me to grow as an individual.  At a very young age, I began to question the simplest of things around me, such as the … Read More »


So Your New Job Was a Mistake. What Next?

Posted on June 5th, by Kasia Borowicz in Career Advice. No Comments

No matter how careful you are when looking for your next role, in spite of all of the questions you ask and the conditions you negotiate with your future employer, you can never fully eliminate the risk of making the wrong choice.

So what do you do when your new job was a mistake?

Of course I … Read More »


The Job Hunt from a Recruiter’s Perspective

Posted on June 5th, by Josh Weiss-Roessler in networking/interviewing. No Comments

At one point or another, we’ve all been on the lonelier side of the interview table, our work experience all crammed onto a resume that didn’t really look quite the way we wanted, worrying if the cover letter was too pushy, or even correctly addressed.

But what about the other side of the table? Have you … Read More »


An International Relations Degree Can Advance Your Military Career

Posted on June 5th, by John Sinden in education/training. No Comments

There are universal qualities that make a good leader. But in the military, a more specific skillset is needed—especially when operating in international settings.

International relations master’s degree programs can help you develop the following qualities and gain important skills necessary to stand out from your peers and advance your military career:

Vision and Purpose: If you don’t … Read More »


Einstein’s Theory of Career Search

Posted on June 5th, by Tina Nicolai in Career Advice. No Comments

Inspired by Albert Einstein, there are three fundamental lessons that you are encouraged to start, stop and continue where your resume and career overhaul is concerned. Sure, it’s easier said than done. The key is breaking down the steps to simplicity as you shift gears from government to private sector, military to civilian, or corporation … Read More »


The Best time to look for a new Job

Posted on June 5th, by Gavin Redelman in Career Advice. No Comments

Most of us tend to begin the search for a new job when we’re either retrenched, about to graduate, have just been passed up for a promotion or absolutely can’t stand our boss anymore. You typically want a job immediately if any of these things have happened to you; however the best time to look … Read More »


Dress Like an Organizational Leader

Posted on June 5th, by Gabe Gabrielsen in Career Advice. No Comments

This is the second article of a five part series. The first article focused on ‘Writing Styles’ of organizational leaders; this will article ponder the Dress and Appearance of the men and women who actually lead and transform organizations.

As stated in article one, I had a fantastic opportunity, early in my career, to work with … Read More »


Job Search and the Role of Communication

Posted on June 5th, by Mark Babbitt in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Depression caused by chronic unemployment can be all-consuming. While job seekers are certainly not responsible for our current economy, this problem seems to be compounded by our attitudes: pessimism, angst and guilt. And not to twist the already inserted knife, but to bring us to the root cause of the problem… Much of this anxiety … Read More »


It Takes Courage to Say NO to Cynicism and Resignation

Posted on June 5th, by Gershon Mader in Career Advice. No Comments

Recently a client described his job as: “My job is my 8 hour inconvenience.” At first I laughed because I wasn’t sure if he meant it seriously or as a joke. It seemed a bit blunt, harsh and sarcastic.

But, then as I reflected more on his sentiment, as well as my thirty-plus years experience working … Read More »