Its crazy when you are little, the idea of growing up is such an exciting, mysterious realm. Your imagination kicks in and you fantasize about all the amazing things you plan on doing when you grow up.
In my life, one of the busiest seasons is the first quarter. New projects kick-off at work and one of our industry’s largest trade shows occurs (HIMSS). All in all, there are many parts that begin to move all at once, or so it seems.
I read Stephen Covey‘s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People years ago and at one point could recite all 7 without trying hard. If pressed, I probably could come up with them after a while. But I don’t need to do it from memory.
Part 3: How to Inspire Others to Follow You This is Part 3: How to Inspire Others to Follow You to help you increase your level of influence, and increase your teams level of motivation, satisfaction, and engagement.
How about we start talking about what we do bring to the table? Let's start creating labels such as: tech-savvy, entrepreneurial and optimistic. Millennials are constantly receiving punches to the gut, yet we continue to thrive.
We hear it all the time: “My Facebook account is personal!” Wrong! Over three-quarters of recruiters confess they use your Facebook account to pre-judge you. A whole bunch more won’t admit it… but they do, too.
CNBC.com The greatest generation? Here's three more cheers for millennials Los Angeles Times That's right: The current crop of young people, the millennials (hatched roughly 1982 to 2004), show all the signs of becoming the greatest generation in...
Who gets to determine how we react (or respond) to the things that happen to us? Who chooses which media we consume? Who gets to decide what we start, and what we quit? Who decides what sort of learning to invest in (or not)?
Millennials, Is It Time to Spring Clean Your Personal Finances? Forbes Kali Hawlk is a financially savvy millennial who is debt-free and invests over 40% of her income—a potentially unheard of amount for most people her age.
“You’ll never know if you don’t ask.” How many times have we heard that or even said that statement? A bunch. There’s a good reason for that, though. That statement is true. We never know what we’re unwilling to ask or find an answer to.
Inclusion Innovation: Retaining a Hypercompetitive Workforce - A Report from the Diversity Best Practices Member Conference By: Jennifer London, Leader Membership Experience "Disruption is innovation that breaks with continuity and interrupts the...
Entrepreneur Diversity Defines Our Global Economy. Do You Speak the Language? Entrepreneur Intercultural relations go to the heart of organizational effectiveness, enhanced productivity and innovation and optimal customer relationships.
The phrase ‘good old boys’ has signified a club where big decisions are made behind closed doors or on the golf course. The boys club has historically had the dark side of being exclusive and only male; no girls allowed.