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How does Purpose fuel Gen X and Gen Y's Passion and Performance?

Gen Y grew up in a time of safety and security. The Cold War had ended, the financial market was booming and Generation Y grew up with no defining movement or driving force to define who they were. 750 more words

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What do Relationships at Work mean to Gen X and Y?

Generation Y is all about community. Whether it is personal, professional or even online, we thrive on connecting with people and find it to be an improved learning and working environment when we collaborate. 786 more words

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How do Social Responsibility, Multi-tasking and Diversity fuel Contribution for Gen X and Y?

A leading progressive quality about Millennials is that they want to influence and share in the happenings in today’s global modern society. For companies to capitalize on this opportunity, organizations should refocus their engagement and contribution strategies in the workplace. 817 more words

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What does Balance Mean for Gen X and Gen Y?

“Major companies like Google and Apple are successful because their employees enjoy the work environment. They hire people who are passionate about what they do, and give them a workspace that encourages creativity, collaboration and contribution,” says Heidi Hamilton, Managing Director at Erickson Corporate International.

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Michael Svat: Video: Karen McCullough, "Generation Y's Self-Esteem is Higher Than Talent"

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This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress

I agree with Karen McCullough on actually everything here, which isn’t saying much, but that just might be because this video is only about three-minutes. 340 more words

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Michael Svat: Video: Karen McCullough, "Generation Y's Self-Esteem is Higher Than Talent"

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This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress

I agree with Karen McCullough on actually everything here, which isn’t saying much, but that just might be because this video is only about three-minutes. 340 more words

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How to Engage Gen X and Gen Y through Development

“Although they are better educated, more techno-savvy, and quicker to adapt than those who have come before them, they refuse to blindly conform to traditional standards and time-honored institutions.

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