16 Leadership Development Events for Women

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With the Women’s EmpowerX Expo just around the corner, the District is brimming with leadership development opportunities at every turn.  For the next few months you’ll be able to grab your business cards, and get ready to network with like-minded women from around the country. Here is a list of networking events where you can collaborate […]
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The Secret Skills Government Jobs Are Testing For

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Today’s employers are checking for a special set of skills you may have never heard of. Employability skills, also known as soft skills, are criteria public companies use to evaluate candidates for a wide range of job functions. In Washington, DC government jobs make up about 38% of the city’s employment. Understanding the core skills […]
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Fall Back In Love With Your Work Week

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It’s no secret that the mid-career slump can hit hard. But the day to day grind of the work week can lead to major success, depending on how you choose to spend your time. Instead of letting the days crawl to a close, make a plan to win the work week with these actionable strategies: […]
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3 Steps to Taming the Imposter Syndrome Beast

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Just Google the term ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and you’ll find hundreds of TEDTalks, articles, and blogs covering this well-documented, and much-explored human experience. The psychological feeling of being an imposter at work, at home, and even at play are rooted in deeply traumatic experiences like childhood emotional and physical abuse. Heavy things.   And yet, despite […]
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The Drink Order Your Bartender Respects the Most

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When it comes to new DuPont circle bars on the scene, consider bar Doyle the lofty destination for fans of European style, superior service, and imaginative cocktail menus. Formerly known as Bar Dupont, bar Doyle was designed by renowned Swedish architect Martin Brudnizk and New York-based designer Clodagh. Situated inside the DuPont Circle hotel, Bar Doyle […]
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Yoga for a Broken Heart

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In 2010, Brittany Wells– an Intelligence Community Recruiter and blogger— was desperate for a way to cope. Riddled with anxiety, the 32-year-old was struggling through a toxic marriage and felt out of control. Yoga, like a beam of light, became her lifeline. “If it wasn’t for yoga, I wouldn’t have had the strength to leave […]
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