It’s easy to think that we can truly lead once our jobs change, but leadership doesn’t just mean having a fancy title and lots of supervisees.
Author Hannah Kane
Evaluate a potential career on three factors: value alignment, opportunities for autonomy, and whether you like the people.
Opportunities to lead are everywhere, and can be taken advantage of from any part of an organization.
Introversion may not necessarily be the disadvantage that it appears to be in a job hunt.
Just over 40% of the jobs posted on Idealist this month are with education organizations. Nearly 15% of the jobs posted this month are for a direct social service role, while another 15% are management roles.
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