How do you determine focus? Is a wide-angle focus necessary, or is a zoom-in required? Your focus matters for positive impact.
Our character raises more questions than answers. We treat values as dogma and ditch trust and integrity in the process. Character matters.
One of our greatest generational issues is how we address abuse and harassment. Maya James has ideas for addressing gender bias through education.
Why aren’t we doing a better job of building relationships between generations? Perhaps it is our shared flaws that are keeping us apart.
Closing the gaps is a leadership responsibility. With the lack of current leadership to solve problems, future generations will spend time closing gaps.
In order to create inclusive workspaces for all generations we must, as leaders, abandon lazy assumptions and recognize the importance of defining values.
What makes a blockbuster community? We can find some answers in the generational changes and within the last Blockbuster store.
As Millennials recognize how social media is impacting them personally and professionally, they’re uniquely suited to mentor Gen Z and future generations.
If nods of disapproval, eye rolls and facepalms are regular occurances in your workplace, you might need to work on increasing your empathy.
When we listen, examine and understand fears and motivations across generations, we can begin to narrow the generational gaps dividing our teams.
The greatest generational risk is generational entitlement, and it is not where you think. It is not on Millennials or Gen Z.
Daily life can get in the way of passing down oral history. Writer Maya James makes a case for the importance of generational storytelling.