Depositphotos_25725981_s-2015They’re supposedly young and healthy, but a new study shows that more than half of Millennials report having a chronic health condition. In addition, Millennials struggle how to navigate the health care system, starting with choosing an appropriate health plan in the first place. [click to continue…]


140We are in the early years of a fundamental demographic shift. What worked in the past will no longer be enough. In order to attract and keep top talent — and to influence their actions — you will need to change how you engage people. [click to continue…]


GC35: Enhancing Millennial Performance at Work | with Aaren Terrett

May 9, 2016

We are in the early years of a fundamental demographic shift. The Millennial generation — which is even larger than the massive Baby Boom generation — now makes up a third of the workforce. As younger millennials continue to graduate from college, their powerful mix of values, communication style, and work perspective is driving a […]

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#GenMobile: Bridging the Workforce Generational Gap

July 23, 2015

Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers likely all represent a certain percentage of your employees. While diversity adds value, it also presents challenges when trying to effectively engage multiple generations. Multiple Methods for Multiple Generations Many factors influence an employee to gravitate toward one communication method over another. The greatest factor is the person’s generation. […]

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100: Becoming the Boss: New Rules for Gen Y Leaders | with Lindsey Pollak

November 15, 2014

We are in the midst of a leadership revolution, as power passes from Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers to Millennials. All grown up, the highly educated Generation Y is moving into executive positions in corporations and government, as well as running their own businesses, where they are beginning to have a profound impact that will […]

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090: How to Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap | with David Maxfield

June 15, 2014

Can people of different generations work together productively, or do their differences lead only to conflict? According to a new study from the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) and social scientist for organizational change David Maxfield, unaddressed tension and resentment between Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials is sapping productivity in corporate America. […]

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