Your Government Career: How to Get Ahead

Posted on May 10th, by John Manning in on the job. No Comments

In today’s busy world where your career can swallow up your time and your very life it is increasingly important to focus on the “Vital Few” and Ignore or Delegate the “Trivial Many”—a model for leadership that’s based on the Pareto Principle. The Pareto Principle is commonly known as the “80/20 Rule.” Simply put it … Read More »


The Crime of the Century: Stealing Responsibility

Posted on May 8th, by Stan Skipworth in on the job. 2 comments

A troubling trend evolving in far too many segments of society demonstrates the growing absence of personal accountability in the many settings we know. Ranging from personal health and wellness choices we make, managing the alcohol we drink and the social issues/social-media commentaries we freely offer, to how we perform our jobs and even our personal … Read More »


Are You Using LinkedIn for Your Job Search? You Should Be….

Posted on May 8th, by Erin Kennedy in Trends. No Comments

In today’s competitive job search market, it is crucial that you are networking and conducting your search using multiple venues. If you’re just checking online job posts, or skimming over the classifieds in your local paper-then you’re missing out. Using social media sites to market your skills and expertise is a must-and LinkedIn is the … Read More »


Gender Diversity in the Workplace: Valuable or Futile Movement?

Posted on May 8th, by Valerie Martinelli in education/training. No Comments

As I continue to evolve professionally, I have taken on the role of running a gender equality initiative with hopes of advancing women in and out of the workplace. Women compose half of the workforce and delivering opportunities, such as advancement and promotions, will benefit us professionally and personally. Delivering these types of opportunities also … Read More »