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To Quit or Not to Quit | Is That Really the Question?

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You know when it’s there; that spark you feel when you start a new position, and the pride and excitement you have when you explain your organization’s mission to friends and family. But you also know when that feeling is waning, or perhaps even missing entirely. When you find yourself in a professional moment where […]


Are You Comfortable at Work, or Complacent?


Have you checked in with your professional, social-impact self lately or are you simply coasting through your work week on autopilot? As creatures of habit, we tend to settle into our daily routines without really thinking about them. It probably starts with how you wake up. There is a set order in which you go […]


So You’ve Got the Job, Now What? Part 3: Maintaining a Competitive Edge

Competitive Edge

Welcome to the final part of this three-part series digging into the details of how to keep on growing once you’ve landed and started the job. So, you’ve become all you can be for your organization. You are now an ambassador, advocate, an agent of (and for) change, and an all around contributor to a […]


Get the Experience to Land the Job: Digital Content Manager

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For the final post in this six-part series, we’re going to take a look at some interesting and informal ways to get experience in content management. What is content management? A content management role can run the gamut, and so can the skills that you need to land one. Digital content may come in the […]