Those working in government today face some of the most complex challenges in the world. These issues can no longer be solved by government officials using traditional problem-solving strategies. Complexity requires diversity in thinking, perceiving, sensing, and understanding.
Whether you’re trying to move your career further up to the next level and try out a whole different or new career, projecting yourself as the complete professional will help others perceive you as you would like to be noticed. Career development is a continuing and lifelong process.
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.
I’m not a single malt whiskey drinker, but as a visitor to Scotland enjoying the heather-covered moors, shortbread, and fine woolens, I decided to also do a tasting tour of Scottish whiskey by trying two per day. While tasting my way through Scotland, here are two major discoveries I had, with lessons applicable to working with a team.
We teach our kids, “Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.” We need to take our own advice to heart when it comes to what should be used in a resume. Executives can work diligently and do extensive amounts of research to know what to put on a resume, only to struggle with landing a job.