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Transitions: New Year, New Resolutions, New Challenges (Knowing When it’s Time for Change), by Britt E. Ide

Posted by C3E Moderator on January 7, 2015 at 4:16pm 1 Comment

This is part of the series of blogs by Ambassadors from across the C3E network.

New Year’s Transitions:  Step One—Know Yourself!

Happy New Year!   Thinking of a job transfer, change, or career upgrade this year?  January is a good time to carefully review your options.

I’m an Air Force “brat.”  My father was a career Air Force pilot and officer.   We moved about every 3 years growing up.  Changing schools was hard, but overall the experience of moving often…

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Failing Well, by Dymphna van der Lans

Posted by C3E Moderator on December 12, 2014 at 5:33pm 0 Comments

This is part of the series of blogs by Ambassadors from across the C3E network.

It may seem counterintuitive, but for this blog series on career success, I want to talk about failure. Earlier this year, I was asked to speak about failure at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting to a group of leaders from the private and public sector. Everyone there was committed to using the resources at their disposal to create positive change, and…

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Making Choices: Working in the Public, Private or Non-Profit Sectors, by Barbara Kates-Garnick

Posted by C3E Moderator on December 3, 2014 at 5:50pm 0 Comments

This is part of the series of blogs by Ambassadors from across the C3E network.

One of the most interesting aspects of working in the energy field is that there are a wide set of job opportunities in the private, public and nonprofit sectors, and the ability to move among them. Thus, over the span of a 40 year career, there is an opportunity to move in ways that promote career growth and expertise. In so many fields, a person is penalized if she jumps from the private or…

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Calling All Superheroes

Posted by Karen Conover on November 25, 2014 at 1:03pm 1 Comment

This is part of the series of blogs by Ambassadors from across the C3E network.

One of the most surprising things about parenthood is how much I learn from my two daughters every day (they are 9 and 11).  It’s not just new terminology and the latest tech gadgets, but also their ways of looking at the world and their role in it.  Even more surprising is how many of these lessons can be applied directly to my work life. I think some of this insight would have been particularly…

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