Tag: Leadership Skills

Guide to Federal Overseas Jobs

Filed in Headlines, News by on September 29, 2014

If you have a penchant for travel and a sense of adventure, but you still need to earn a living, working for the federal government overseas might be the perfect fit.

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5-Piece Toolkit to Build a Great Working Relationship

Filed in News by on September 17, 2014

Did you ever notice that some people can say anything? And not only do they get away with it, they actually get what they want most of the time! What’s the secret?

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7 Ways to Find Out if You Are A Bully

Filed in News by on September 11, 2014

People tend to have wrong-headed ideas of how they are with other people. We might think we are kind, caring, and loving when in fact others see us as unkind, hurtful and mean-spirited. The author offers some tips on how you can tell if you may be inadvertently sending the wrong signals when interacting with others.

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3 Practical Things to Keep in Mind if You Have to Give a Talk (and Would Rather Poke Yourself in the Eye)

Filed in News by on August 14, 2014

If you are going to be speaking in public, it can be an overwhelming experience. The author offers some tips on how to prepare to ensure your speech is a success.

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Human Resources’ Seat at the Table: Five Tips to Earn and Leverage Your Value

Filed in News by on August 13, 2014

Whether you work at a government agency, mega-corporation, or a small business, leaders are requiring more of Human Resources (HR) than ever before. The author offers five tips to help HR professionals demonstrate their value within organizations.

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How Big is Your Cup?

Filed in News by on August 12, 2014

Are you equipped to handle an influx of abundance in your life? It might not be as easy as you think. The author offers some suggestions for expanding what she calls your “Abundance Cup.”

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Is Your Brain Limiting Your Federal Success?

Filed in News by on August 4, 2014

Thanks to the way our brains work, we have a built-in tendency to see what we want to see as well as what we expect to see. The author says this has implications for employees in their federal careers.

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Working with Idiots and Getting Better Results

Filed in News by on July 14, 2014

If you are not seeing the results you expect from political and organizational leaders, then demand the application of better methods.

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