How to Interview for a Career in Law

Job interviews are stressful by nature.

The stakes are high, as one wrong move could cost you gainful employment, and the stress of that situation is compounded by the fact... Read More »


They’re Playing Our Song

During this current political campaign season, and some others in recent years, we’ve seen several recording artists who have balked at the use of a particular song they have... Read More »


Confessions of an Inspirational Blogger

At the same time every month, you know it will appear.  You begin with anticipation, then delight, but soon fear. What will I say this time, what can I... Read More »


12 Great Questions Leaders ASK Other Leaders

When you connect with other leaders what do you ask them?

Have you ever had opportunity to spend time with another leader that you would love to learn from and... Read More »


The Value in Analyzing Job Descriptions

By Jaymie Pompeo Contributor, Career Coach

We all say we read job descriptions, but do we really invest the time in discovering the true value offered? As job seekers, it’s our... Read More »


How to Achieve Lasting Success

Fifty percent of this year is gone. Question, have you reached 50 percent or half of your goals?

If one of your goals is to be successful in any area... Read More »


Information Governance Insights: Let’s Get Digital

There comes a time in every organization where someone comes up with the idea to “go paperless”. There are many reasons for this; you’ve implemented a new electronic document... Read More »


What Drives Your Leadership Behavior

Do you ever wonder why leaders do what they do? The plans, decisions and actions of a leader are strongly influenced by three powerful factors:

Their personality style (also known... Read More »

The BREXIT Dust Is Settling: 1 Month Later

For the overwhelming majority of the IN/OUT campaign, polls pointed towards a Remain victory. Britain set to stay in EU were the claims widely accepted in the midst of... Read More »


Diversity in the Workplace: Challenges, Advantages & Value

Employers in both the public and private sectors are more than ever focused on attracting and retaining a diverse workforce. Diversity and inclusion programs are now some of the... Read More »


How to Become a More Memorable Manager

Many of us in our federal careers have struggled at one time or another to get the attention of employees when speaking to them in a group. This... Read More »


Pick Your Own Career Adventure

A number of the employees at the city where I work are retiring. These events do a few things: they confirm what has been told to me repeatedly and... Read More »


The High Price of Complaining

“Private Stooper, front and center! Assume the front leaning rest position.” That’s army talk for get ready to do pushups. It’s a bitterly cold January morning at Fort Leonard... Read More »


Leaders Can Foster a Learning Agile Workplace

Learning agility, or flexible learning, can be a true asset to any organization.  Learning agile employees provide creative, customer-focused approaches to help foster an engaged and ever-evolving workplace.

There are... Read More »

Ninja Leaders Accomplish More with Less

I’m used to going against the grain.  Always have. They guy who managed himself and others in a non-traditional manner was often questioned when it came to this method.... Read More »


5 Ways to Fire Up Your Employability

Being employable is not the same as being employed. Getting the next job is only a step in your lifelong journey of being employable. Becoming and remaining employable involves... Read More »


There Are Cheaters All Around Us

And there are some players that, while not outright cheating, are self-serving, making it about themselves winning and others losing.

Finding that area where they can cut corners, deliver a... Read More »


A Personal Interview

I attended a job interview recently. It was my first one for a long time. And it was for a good job. But I am 54 these days, I... Read More »