Experience Required? Of Generations, Culture and Resilience

By Benedicte Flouriot They have been called self-absorbed and entitled. They have been dubbed job hoppers and lacking work ethic. More than a few times, they have simply been called “the worst generation.” That said, older generations have always stereotyped and...

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The Flipside of the Digital Playground: The Case for Reverse Mentoring

By Amelia Chan, CPHR Asking “why” is natural for young inquiring minds. Tireless questioning and unabashed curiosity is something with which we all begin our lives, but perhaps start taking for granted once we “think” we already know the answers. Undoubtedly,...

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Millennial Learning “Needs” Work for Everyone: Unlocking Organizational Potential

By Lynn Oucharek Imagine sitting in a still room with no windows, dim lights, and just the sound of someone speaking in the background. If the picture that rises to mind is a surgical theatre, consider that this how many...

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Infographic: What Motivates Millennials in the Workplace

This infographic was created by Michael C. Fina.

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Cross-Generation Communication, Collaboration and Creativity

By Amelia Chan, CHRP While discussions around generations and age demographics have been hot button topics for HR professionals and business leaders for some time, the focus of that conversation has shifted—by necessity—‘from peril to potential.’ Nature, nurture and our fast-changing...

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Infographic: Is Your Company Prepared for Generation Z?

In five years, Generation Z will make up more than 20 per cent of the workforce. With new ideas and expectations for the professional world, they’re poised to add yet another layer to multigenerational teams. Robert Half's guide, Get...

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Brad Karsh: The Politics of Presence and the Art of Feedback

As a keynote speaker, generational guru and CEO of JB Training solutions, Brad Karsh has garnered a following in the leadership community—all based on his commitment to learning, presence and productivity. Karsh accrued those wisdoms during his 15 years in...

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Millennial Leaders: Are Organizations Ready?

By Bernadette Smith Millennials are a unique and mysterious bunch. Just when you think you’re finally making progress on figuring out how to manage and motivate Millennials in the workplace, you realize that they’re poised to be our future leaders....

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