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How to Advance Your Career in Government

Michelle Carroll | October 27, 2015 | Webcast

If you work for a government entity, your career development needs differ from those in the private sector. Join us for a special members-only Ask-a-Coach webcast with career coach Michelle Carroll. Michelle will answer common questions that she hears from government employees, as well as queries posed by you during this interactive webcast. Submit your questions when you register and come prepared with additional issues on the day of the session. If you coach government employees about their careers, Michelle can answer your questions as well. Don't miss this unique opportunity for a group coaching session!

Fostering Career Growth of Young Professionals in the Government Community Through Collaboration

Rory Schultz, Susie Sylvester | May 07, 2013 | Webcast

It’s a long climb to the top in any organization, especially in the government community, as new entrants must understand protocols and culture to excel in their careers. As such, the ability to collaborate, network and develop as a professional is critical to rising professionals entering government agencies and information technology companies.

Why You Should Get on Board the Mentor Ship

Tyler Robinson, Lynnie Martin | December 15, 2011 | Article

Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others. Jack Welch There are many ways in which a person can learn and develop through out his or her career. Having or being a mentor provides an interactive and custom-designed education. Mentoring offers inval...

Creating Mentoring and Coaching Programs

Chapter 3: Mentoring as an Instructional Intervention
January 01, 2001 | Book Chapter

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