7 ways you can help the millennials in your office.
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We always have to remind ourselves that it’s just like the flight attendant says, “Put on your own oxygen mask first before helping others.” When we feel strong and resilient—physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually—we perform better, with more passion, for longer.
Don’t like the idea of managing? That’s okay! Here are 5 ways for you to still move up in your career.
When Greg Vartan ran for office in a New Jersey small town, he learned a couple key lessons about running a local campaign as a millennial.
In the digital age when information and communication can come at such rapid rates, crowd-sourcing is an obvious next step in the evolution of our democracy.
We will not lean right, we will not lean left, but we must lean forward. The Millennial voice, along with many others, is not being heard or represented in our Nation’s highest governing body.
No matter your station in life, Baby Boomer, Gen X, Gen Y, Millennial, or anything in between, it will be consistently important to recognize while we may not have the same ways of thinking or doing, those differences will be what makes us successful IF we highlight the best of each and work in coalition.
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Millennials have been active in the workforce some time now, and they are moving into management and leadership roles in government and in private sector. With the advent of the millennial leader, expect changes. A new generation almost always means new rules.
We all know how important it is to make connections, especially if you happen to be in DC. Network, network, network! That’s probably the number one piece of advice you’ve heard as a millennial. But it can be hard to make connections when you’re just entering the professional world for government. Fortunately, there are a… Read more »