A recent CNN article showcases female and male Millennial entrepreneurs who founded a wide range of successful companies. Read More »
Millennial business owners and founders are creating big business results
Millennial entrepreneurs are founding big businesses and creating impact in industries around the world.
Jason Dorsey, the Gen Z Expert, talks Gen Z employment opportunities
While Gen Z wants jobs that are fulfilling, they also crave job stability and don't plan to change jobs as much as their predecessors have.
Dorsey explained to the Boston Globe that Gen Z wants to avoid the mistakes that Millennials made. Read More »
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This is the second in our three-part series in which you will get to know each of our certified speakers and see what they think about generations!
From a Millennial POV
Through this diverse frontline experience I’ve had the chance to interact with thousands of leaders on all sides the generational divide.
Here are the three things I’ve learned along the way speaking to all five generations of employees and influencers. Read More »
Empathize, Recognize, Adapt
Certified Speaker for The Center for Generational Kinetics, Alicia Rainwater, outlines 3 actions that will improve connection and engagement with Millennials.
In my work with leaders across industries, I have come to notice a pattern among the companies and organizations that are gaining Millennial clients and getting the most out of their Millennial employees. Read More »
Before you brush off your low-performing Millennial employee as being “lazy,” consider their mental health.
Millennials, more than any other generation, suffer from depression, which is having an astounding effect on their work performance and ultimate career trajectory.
One in five Millennials reported being depressed, in contrast to 16% of Baby Boomers and 16% of Gen Xers. Read More »
Are your Millennial employees dragging their feet? Here are some things you might need to change to tap into their full potential.
The holidays are fast approaching, which means there’s yet another excuse for employees to zone out at work, either daydreaming about their upcoming vacation or mentally planning their family gatherings. This is probably true for all of your employees, regardless of age, at this point in the year. But what’s causing your Millennial employees to disengage during the other of the months?
Millennials are notoriously different from their Gen X and Baby Boomer predecessors, especially in the workplace. They bring different skills, expectations, and attitudes to the table, and if older generations aren’t prepared or don’t adapt, they could be setting themselves up for major workplace conflicts. Read More »
When brands talk about "Millennials" do they really mean "Gen Z"? Find out here.
While most people think the generation after Millennials consists of only kids, the truth is that the oldest members of Gen Z and iGen are now up to age 20.
How Millennials are turning from career ladder to career lily pad
Whereas Baby Boomers and even Gen X might have found purpose and excitement in “climbing the corporate ladder,” finding satisfaction for ascending within a company from entry-level to senior-level, Millennials prefer to see their career path as less linear and more purpose-driven.
Though commonly believed to be the country’s most inventive and entrepreneurial generation, a few major factors are actually keeping Millennials from fulfilling that stereotype.
When people hear the phrase “start-up company,” most think of airy offices with open floor plans and a Millennial boss dressed in jeans and sneakers, overseeing his or her similarly young and stylish staff. While this might make for an attractive image in the media, new research shows that one key element is not very accurate.
Though the media has heralded Millennials as “the most entrepreneurial generation” for years, new statistics reported in the Atlantic says the exact opposite. Read More »