10 Tools to Create Professional Government Resumes

Posted on January 12th, by Mary Walton in resumes/cover letters, Trends. No Comments

Getting your resume looking it’s best can be intimidating, but help is at hand. There’s plenty of help online to help you get your resume looking impressive and get those interview offers rolling in. Here’s ten of the best ones for you to try out.

Resume Writing Help: Feel like you don’t know where to start? … Read More »


Beneath a Kennedy Moon

Posted on December 10th, by Stan Skipworth in About the Public Sector. No Comments

Arriving to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on a wonderful summer day in 2016, we parked the family car and began to step out. As I did, I looked up to the beautiful blue sky decorated with magnificent white clouds and a brilliant sun.  Turning, I stopped in an instant, staring at … Read More »


How to Handle Mean People

Posted on December 10th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. 1 Comment

You don’t have to look far to find mean people.

Back in the 60’s, when I lived in a Long Beach, CA neighborhood, there was an older gentleman who lived on our street.  There were fifty 8-to-12-year-olds on that street, so you can imagine that there was much play in the street and each other’s yards. … Read More »


My 6 Pillars of Resolve

Posted on December 10th, by Liam Ryan in education/training. No Comments

I attended a cancer conference recently and some of the medics said to me “I wish some of my patients were like you”. It didn’t register with me initially but later I realized that perhaps I had the ability to go places they couldn’t reach. A regular stumbling block for them apparently is when a … Read More »