4 Ways to Prepare for the Workforce Outside a Degree

Posted on July 5th, by Pete Wheelan in Career Advice. No Comments

Local governments will soon need to replace more than one-third of their employees as Baby Boomers begin to retire en masse over the next decade. Fortunately, as challenging as it might be to gain entry, interest in landing one these jobs after graduation remains as high as ever among Millennial college students.

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Energizing Leadership Acceleration

Posted on July 5th, by Matt Paese in on the job. No Comments

To speed up in a frenzied world, one must first stop and rethink. But if you are a CEO or business leader seeking fresh insight on how to fundamentally change your organization’s leadership equation, the quest can be exhausting. Two things are true about the current state of guidance on how to grow leaders faster:

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We Are Government. We Are Different!

Posted on July 5th, by Greg Gilbert in About the Public Sector. No Comments

I had just finished a leadership seminar with a group of government supervisors and managers. It was a great session with good interaction. I was reviewing the 20 Feedback Sheets and there it was. Among the 8’s, 9’s and 10’s, there was a SIX! What do they mean? How dare they? Who do they think … Read More »


Every Good Leader Should Practice These Tips

Posted on July 5th, by Caleb Writingservices.ae in Career Advice. No Comments

Research conducted by Jago in 1982 identified that good leaders are made and not born.  A person who has the desire and willpower to become a leader can easily become one because Good leadership can be developed through an infinite process of training, self-study, experience and education.

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