The Juggler as Leader

The Juggler as Leader

As a small child, I was impressed by those who could effortlessly toss several objects into the air and continue their co-existent flight for elongated periods of time.  I marveled in particular those especially talented people who could do this with a wide variety of...
Change Isn’t Easy

Change Isn’t Easy

Let’s change something! How fun! (Sarcasm font.) How do you react to change? Many people don’t like it. They don’t welcome it, at least not at the start. I’ve had to adapt to change physically. I have CMT, a neurologic disease that causes calf atrophy, foot drop, and...
How to Engage with an Introverted Co-Worker

How to Engage with an Introverted Co-Worker

Sometimes it’s like working with Eeyore–well, maybe more cheerful than that, but still reserved. You try your best to engage with that introverted coworker. You encourage her to participate in teambuilding activities. You invite him to lunch. You ask for her...
Dress for Success in Your Government Career

Dress for Success in Your Government Career

The creation of a viable professional image is more complex than we might imagine. When we consider our professional image and how others view us, we assess the differences between how we wish to be seen (confident, reliable, hard-working) against how we believe we...
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