Generational

If It’s About Business, Always Be Professional

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In the workplace, people almost always behave professionally, because they know it’s about business. During job interviews, people are equally aware that they must turn on that professional mode. However, I have seen a slip in professional behavior when it comes to networking.

Here’s just more evidence that it is important for people to be […]

See the ‘Hero’ In Everyday Players

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According to Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data released in May 2015, more than one-in-three American workers today are Millennials (adults ages 18 to 34). As of 2015, Millennials surpassed Generation X to become the largest share of the American workforce.

Additionally, as many businesses are discovering, more baby boomers are leaving the workforce. Thus, not […]

What are they really saying? The “Unsaid” Message

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I can assure you that what a person says may be one thing, but their actions are closer to the truth.

Recently, I was assisting a client with the hiring of a manager level position. The partner in this company was very impressed with the applicant after the interview and after receiving some feedback from […]

Be Guided by Abundance…there is plenty for all!

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The changing of the guard has begun. Members of “Generation Y” (born between 1982 and 2000) are permeating the workforce, creating cultural shifts in our business environments. While many “tenured” business folk believe in not quitting until the job’s done—not to imply this is (or was) necessarily the right or only way—this next generation […]

Narrow the Generation Gap to Create Greater Profitability

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Pat is 27. He has worked in his present job for just 1-1/2 years. One day Pat meets with his boss, the VP of Marketing, in his boss’s office. Pat begins to discuss ideas he has for creating greater awareness of the company on the Internet, specifically through a social media campaign on Facebook, […]