Writer Zach Morgan reflects on the lessons he’s learned during his tenure with Thin Difference. He shares his thoughts on writing and wisdom.
Many Millennial myths have been started by bloggers. Yes, blame bloggers. Time for a generational awakening!
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.
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.
Daily life can get in the way of passing down oral history. Writer Maya James makes a case for the importance of generational storytelling.
There are many differences between generations. The biggest threat to creating Common Ground between generations is very fixable though.
Scott Savage believes we live at a time where honor is a foreign concept. He suggests that it takes less work to tear something down than to build it up.
Zach Morgan has learned several life lessons from his grandfather. This generational wisdom has and will continue to serve him (and us) well.
Sometimes lessons come from surprising places. These navigation lessons were learned watching different age groups follow directions to a specific location.
Business leader activism is present, and CEOs are aligning their actions to do good for business and society. A new model to lead.