Big Data’s Big Role in Government Careers

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Big Data’s Big Role in Government Careers

Posted on June 4th, by Tonya Chestnut in About the Public Sector, Public Sector News. No Comments

From Michael Dell to Forrester to the International Institute for Analytics, leaders across all industries predict big data analytics will be the next trillion-dollar market to significantly impact businesses of all kinds. The big data analytics field, which is defined as the “collection of data from traditional and digital sources inside and outside an organization … Read More »


How to Leave Your Job or Career: The Bridge Dilemma

Posted on June 4th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

Job and career transitions can be messy. Letting go and moving on are emotional rollercoasters. Sometimes you don’t get a choice whether to stay or go if you get fired or made redundant. Other times you make the leap because you need a change or life sucks. The one thing you have in your control … Read More »


A Creative Approach to Interview Preparation

Posted on June 4th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. 1 Comment

By Ann Eastham
Contributor, Career Coach

Interviewing can be one of the most stress inducing aspects of a job search, especially when you are new to the process. Speaking with someone you don’t know can be challenging under ideal conditions, much less when your goal of the interaction is to land your dream job.

Preparing for an interview … Read More »


A Side-By-Side Boss

Posted on June 4th, by Chris Edmonds in education/training. No Comments

In the CBS television show, Undercover Boss, senior leaders in these companies learn about the work lives that their employees experience, although in an unusual and perhaps somewhat directed, way. But the concept is solid.

In the high performance, values-aligned organizations we study, senior leaders don’t see the “live in your employee’s shoes” opportunity as once-in-a-career … Read More »


Coaching for Inclusion: A Whole Person Accommodation

Posted on June 4th, by S. Barton Cutter in on the job. No Comments

In recent years, much emphasis has been placed on hiring and retaining talented professionals with disabilities. And, great strides have been made to provide reasonable accommodations where needed to ensure these individuals are able to perform their jobs optimally.

For years, however, success in the professional realm has been linked to an employee’s ability to minimize, … Read More »


3 Steps to Build a Strong Personal Brand

Posted on May 15th, by Bennett Dwosh in on the job. No Comments

Congratulations. After weeks, or months, of job hunting, not only did you locate your “dream job” but they liked you and even hired you. You’re excited to start contributing to this organization, especially as they appear ready to let you implement your brilliant ideas at a paygrade you couldn’t even dream of complaining about. And … Read More »


Corporate Culture: Unintentional Values & Behaviors

Posted on May 14th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. No Comments

As a speaker, author, and executive consultant I work with leaders at all levels of all kinds of organizations.

 

Because of my strong culture focus, it is impossible for me to go into an organization without automatically assessing the culture of their work environment. I observe and listen for how people are expected to behave, how people perform, … Read More »


Information Governance Insights: You Have Mail!

Posted on May 14th, by Robin Woolen in on the job. No Comments

For over a year we’ve worked together to create a Information Governance program for your organization and its a beauty! We’ve created a place for everything and everything is in it’s place, right? Well, not necessarily. There’s still this hidden undercurrent of information swirling around out there. You know what I’m talking about – your … Read More »


Use a Decision Tree in Your Quest for Answers!

Posted on May 14th, by Marc Plooster in on the job. 1 Comment

Do I know how to ask questions?  What seems like a rhetorical question at best and an absurd question at worse, I am thinking the answer may be a soft no.  I would like to think I know the grammatical and punctuation rules accompanying written questions, but some may disagree.  However, to say I have … Read More »


How to Network (Like a Human Being)

Posted on May 14th, by Mashaal Ahmed in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Ah, networking. It took only one semester as a business major for me to loathe the term. Esteemed online reference Urban Dictionary offers several definitions for networking, including the blunt, yet oddly on point, headliner: “yuppie euphemism for kissing [ahem, tuchus] in order to get a job or obtain a raise or promotion.”

Further down the … Read More »