Over the last fifteen years, I have heard much about how retiring baby-boomers need to find a way to attract new people to leadership positions. I remember having conversations about the problem with a NC League of Municipalities representative while I served as a manager in Laurinburg, NC. Around this time, many in the profession seemed to … Read More »
When is the last time you set aside time to reflect and plan for your OWN career development? Can’t remember? Been too long?
Well, maybe this fun fact from the Corporate Leadership Council (CLC) will give you that needed nudge. According to CLC, the use of Individual Development Plans (IDPs) increases the effectiveness of leadership development … Read More »
In Part I of this article, “To Move or Not to Move,” we talked about spicing up your career to build depth and expand knowledge of your organization. Part II offers five suggestions once you have decided it is time to move on.
Have you done everything you can to spice up your career in your … Read More »
Careers In Government, Inc. (CIG) President Michael Hurwitz announced today that industry leading expert Marnie E. Green, CSP, IPMA-CP, Principal Consultant of Management Education Group, Inc., will share her public sector management and supervision strategies on a newly dedicated CIG feature page entitled Management Strategies.
” This is an exciting partnership for CareersInGovernment.com. Green is a well-respected … Read More »