Leadership: Rapture or Rupture?

Thankfully, there are a few things a leader can do to create moments of rapture rather than rupture.

New Year, New Salary Increase: Are You Ready to Negotiate Yours?

Negotiation is an invaluable career and communication skill. Once you learn how to negotiate for a salary once, you can do it over and over again.

Creating a Humanitarian Career Track for Yourself in the Public Sector

You may feel it is more of a priority to pursue a career that has a meaningful humanitarian impact on the lives of those in greatest need.

4 Ways Local Governments Can Use Technology to Better Serve Their Citizens

Nationwide, cities, counties, and municipalities solve problems, deliver essential services and improve policies to benefit residents.

2022 Data trends and the Government-Private Cooperation Pipeline

What is the role of government in society? Should it regulate everything, should it leave the private sector alone, or should a mixed model be adopted?

Remote Digital Marketing Careers: The New World of Working Globally

One of the industries that has been working remotely for some time (and thriving) is the digital marketing industry.

From Interviewee to Employee

From Interviewee to Employee

For many, with graduation quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about life after college. What is life like in the “real world?” While freshening up your cover letter and resume to suit each job you apply for is important, there are an additional few key components to keep in mind during the interview process and post-hire.

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A Greener Form of Human Resources

A Greener Form of Human Resources

There are a great many industries in which individuals who have successfully completed a career track in one area will often seek and find a like opportunity in another line of work, often for a nearly-identical job. Here are just a few of the many examples we may be more familiar with

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50 Ways to Love Your Leader

50 Ways to Love Your Leader

Many of us will remember a catchy tune by Paul Simon from the 1970’s called, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover. As I listened to it in my car yesterday during my commute, I found myself actively thinking about trying to follow along with the song as I pondered some strong themes in how we can support those who lead us.

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