The future belongs to millennials. And that is a good thing. Our former ways of doing government are not sustainable.
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If you are someone who has been guilty of the unconscious bias associated with misunderstanding other generations (outside of your own, of course), allow me to translate a few misconceptions in this millennial translation article.
Our attention to workplace behavior, whether it’s about generational differences or other social woes, require our best thinking and our best behavior.
For millennials, we tend to fall into a cycle of ambition where we rebel against settling for a ‘job’ to avoid career compromise.
Even with administration changes and department shifts, how can you keep government millennials on board for the long haul? Use these strategies to keep the millennial generation on your payroll.
The one thing that is foundational for successfully conveying appreciation in the workplace is to communicate in the appreciation language that is desired by each individual.
To achieve end-to-end transformation across a diverse workforce, employees need devices that maximize productivity.
We all, regardless of our age, generation, or cultural background, have a lot to learn from one another and much to offer as well. When we value and embrace our differences, the potential for growth is virtually limitless!
Millennials are taking over the workforce, so organizations need to know what makes them tick. Here are six things that millennials hate about office culture.
In this post, I talk about how rock climbing has made me happier, healthier and more confident.