Why “Millennial” Isn’t a Dirty Word in the Workplace

“Lazy” “Spoiled” “Self-Absorbed” “Connected” “Special” Search for “Millennials in the Workplace” on Google and these are just a few of the terms you’ll find used to describe 18-34 yr olds in the workforce. 54 million Millennials are in the labor force, accounting for roughly 1/3 of all Americans working today. As this generation begins to […]

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What’s Your Vibe? Create A Culture Employees Will Love

  When you think of the typical corporate building—what do you see? If it’s a big gray cinderblock that somewhat resembles the city jail, then you’re right on the money. Not all jobs come equipped with the fancy floor-to-ceiling glass windows, brightly colored painted walls, and a concierge. However, your company can still be an […]

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Fostering the Coachability Kid

Over the weekend I spent a day at the pool and ended up playing babysitter to three of the neighborhood kids. Living in the city with mostly millennial friends who shudder at the idea of having their own children, I’m never around kids. As I splashed and played and swam with the three little nuggets […]

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How to Give Good Feedback

Your teammate’s work activity is headed for disaster and will bring about the wrath of upper leadership, but you’re at a loss for words about how to provide helpful feedback. The cat’s got your tongue as you figure out how to steer your coworker back onto the road before they pull a Thelma & Louise […]

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