3 Strategies to Build Relationships through LinkedIn

Posted on April 9th, by Bennett Dwosh in Career Advice. 1 Comment

If you’re reading this blog post, you most likely are already aware of what LinkedIn is, what are its benefits, and even more importantly, how to use it. You’re a career minded professional reading Gov-Talk for Pete’s sake!

As a LinkedIn user, you may be tired of the disingenuous and impersonal networking that occurs in this … Read More »


Information Governance Insights: Preparation Leads to Success

Posted on April 9th, by Robin Woolen in About the Public Sector. 1 Comment

Last month we discussed finding a vendor and selecting software for an electronic document management system. So what do you do while the procurement people fight over the contract and you’re waiting to get on the schedule to install this magic box that will solve all your world’s problems? How about gathering together all … Read More »


Social Media Baggage and Your First Big Opportunity

Posted on April 9th, by David Adams in Career Advice. 1 Comment

The past few years have been terrible for Millennials. They’ve faced limited job prospects and mountains of debt. Even when unemployment hit a low of 5.4 percent in May 2015, they still couldn’t find any luck. But that grim picture is changing.

Unemployment hit a new eight-year low of 4.9 percent in January, and Millennials were the big winners. Between … Read More »


Suspending Assumptions in Communications

Posted on April 9th, by Stan Skipworth in on the job. No Comments

While walking on the beaches of Oceanside, California a couple of weeks ago, my family and I ventured onto the pier to take in the sights and sounds along that boardwalk.

As we did, we came upon a family as it prepared to take a picture.  A familiar scene, the father was readying himself while providing direction … Read More »