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Four Workplace Rules Gen Z Team Members Should Learn

21shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn This past month, I found myself speaking at events to business managers, university executives and athletic directors about “generational diversity.” Today, we not only experience ethnic diversity and gender diversity in the workplace, but a diversity of generations attempting to work together, including Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and…

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A Good Change Between Millennials and Generation Z

6shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn I probably don’t need to tell you—the kids who make up Generation Z are not merely a continuation of the Millennial Generation. The times are different; culture has shifted and more realities are uncertain than ever before. Let me illustrate some of the shifts that have happened from one…

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My Commitment: To Make Myself Useful to Generation Z

9shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn I recently spoke to a university student who candidly told me what he was up to. As he shared his political views, his plans for a career, his spiritual beliefs and his fluid gender identification—I immediately smiled, as I knew it was a departure from his parents’ worldview. When I…

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Five Hints for Starting Your Career Well

4shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Some time ago, our team received a note describing an all too frequent scenario: I am a 23-year-old male, single (recently dumped), employed as a restaurant server, a former high school soccer athlete, and an intermediate violinist. I identify as an agnostic and I plan on returning to school…

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What Effective Leaders Know About Handling Conflict

14shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn We live in a day of irony. When I look at our society, I see more conflict today than we’ve had in the past—politics, gender equality, racial equality, immigration, you name it. At the same time, it feels like we don’t know how to handle conflict in a productive…

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New Study Shows the Language Young Millennials Prefer

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn The results of a survey were just released from M.I.T. Miro Kazakoff, a managerial communications lecturer at MIT and his co-author, Dr. Kara Blackburn, surveyed 311 students in their incoming MBA class. It produced some clear distinctions in young adults—those who are the youngest Millennials. Here are some of…

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How New Technology Shapes Each New Generation

2shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Oh, how each generation living on planet earth experiences life through their own lens. The Baby Boomers have become people who live to work, while Millennials are often seen as a population who works to live. Japan has invented a new phrase in the workplace: “death by overwork” and…

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The Great Divide Between Generation Z and Millennials

1shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn I recently met a woman who’s 99 years old. She’s amazing and still able to articulate the vast history she lived through during the 20th century. She was born on the heels of World War I and remembers people talking about the battles fought in Europe, women’s voting rights…

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Hiring and Retaining Millennials in the Workforce: Podcast #50

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Today I’m excited to share with you a conversation with JJ Hurley. JJ is the Founder and CEO of GDH Consulting, which he founded when he was just 26 years old. Here are some highlights from our conversation. Tim Elmore: Start us off by talking about the change you…

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