Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Millennials: They’re not just our kids anymore

Managing Millennials can sometimes be challenging to traditional managers, but if we shift our thinking and embrace this up and coming generation we can become even more successful more quickly. It is estimated that Millennials will be 75% of the global workplace by 2025 and we  have got to change the way we think about …

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

You must give the class a closed book final assessment of the training class, however, in the real world they can look up the answer.  Does this make sense?  Maybe or Maybe not.  Sometimes how you frame the outcome can make all the difference in the world. Today I had the opportunity to give someone …

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Leading teams- Lessons from the Todd Worrell experience

Today I had the unique opportunity to hear sports great Todd Worrell share his thoughts on functioning well in the work place.   That really was not the title of his discussion, but it should have been.  We got to hear about his life, his work, his beliefs and his future. Whether or not the group …

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