A round-up of advice, articles and information about navigating your career or job successfully.
How do you make the leap from the military into the corporate world? There are so many things to be accomplished. You need some organizational tools and a personal strategic road map for your travels.
By taking an OCONUS assignment, you can build extraordinary relationships, grow in your career, and provide your family with an experience they’ll never forget. And through all of this, you really gain a new perspective on the world.
Candidates should understand their value and be poised enough to confidently state it. In fairness, you may not get what you ask for but the decision to accept or not accept lies with you.
Am I still having fun? Is my family happy? Am I making a difference? The answer to these questions can help you know if you should keep serving – or if it’s time to call it quits.
Many people question the value of goal-setting. Some believe goals don’t work. Others think that if you define a goal, you define your own limitation. None of that is true.
Working in these significant communication points during conversations will help you and your manager improve the way you interact.
You don’t have to sacrifice professional excellence to have a balanced life. You just have to find an employer who’s on the same page – like the Institute for Defense Analyses.
Addressing issues with your manager may spike your stress levels temporarily, but it helps you stretch your comfort zone within newly established boundaries.
With all of the news out there, it’s easy to believe the internet lie that you should be getting a 10% raise on your next annual review, and your boss should be begging you to stay.
In short: it’s not about you, it’s about the employer. Here are five things that you need to be aware of before you apply.
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