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Category: multiple generations

Millennials in the workplace – more radio interviews

My latest column in The Globe & Mail‘s Leadership Lab series, “Four things millennials hate about you“, continues to get a lot of interest.  Total views have exceeded 60,000 and direct “shares” have climbed above 6,000.  And the topic has

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Millennials in the workplace – 570 News radio interview

On Monday, I posted a link to my latest column in The Globe & Mail‘s Leadership Lab series. Provocatively titled “Four things millennials hate about you“, it addressed the fact that just as Boomers and Gen Xers shake their heads

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Why your Millennials think you’re nuts!

Update as of April 2: This article has officially “gone viral”.  To date, it has garnered over 50,000 views, over 4,000 “direct” shares, and comments and re-tweets numbering in the hundreds if not thousands.  I must admit, while I am

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Intergenerational conflict arising from dated policies and procedures?

Last week I was working with a group of about 60 leaders in a large energy company, focusing on helping them maximize performance in their multi-generational work teams. A lot of our dialogue centered on the intergenerational conflict that arises

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Multi-generational workforce? My new book WILL help!

Today is THE DAY!  The day that my new book Generations Exposed: Unexpected Insights Into the People You Work With officially launches.  If you’re leading a team of employees that range in age anywhere from 20 to 70, then this

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Working with Millennials – take advantage of their questioning and impatient nature

Another way to not only engage and motivate your Millennial workforce, but also capitalize on the skills and strengths that they bring to the table!

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