Be careful about giving credit and not seeming to take credit for the work of others. That said, it’s worth making sure that people know what you in fact have accomplished. There may seem at times a fine line between bragging and just getting credit, but if you’re responsible for getting something done, be sure that you let the right people know that, and that you acknowledge the contributions of others.
Tom Palmer is vice president for international programs at the Atlas Network and senior fellow at the Cato Institute. This advice is an excerpt of the IHS “Creating Your Path to a Public Policy Career” guide, which you can read here.
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