The Advantage Of Learning Just One Thing

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The Advantage Of Learning Just One Thing

Posted on January 13th, by Erin Kennedy in education/training. No Comments

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 bit realizing the things I didn’t accomplish. If you did all of it — or if you can even find your 2014 resolution list — congratulations! … Read More »

Five Tips for Work+Life “Fit” Success

Posted on May 31st, by Cali Williams Yost in Career Advice, personality assessment. No Comments

Twenty years ago, clocks and walls use to tell us where work ended and the other parts of life began.  But as technology exploded in a “do more, with less” economy, the clocks and walls disappeared.

To be our best, on and off the job, we need to learn how take … Read More »

Networking: Love it or Leave it

Posted on February 2nd, by Lori Sassoon in Career Advice, networking/interviewing. No Comments

Am I the only one that hates the idea of networking? You know, putting yourself out there to the professional world in a sort of way? Something about networking, the verb, has always seemed a bit contrived and artificial to me.  And when I read the reams of advice about how important it is, and … Read More »

Three Indispensable Tools for Local Government Managers

Posted on January 23rd, by Gabe Gabrielsen in Career Advice, on the job. No Comments

Time management is critical for local government administrators and managers. During my career in local government I found three tools that helped me retain control of my time. With the New Year here I thought I’d share these tools to see if you can incorporate them for your use.

The Background
Shortly after assuming my initial role … Read More »