Recognizing Generational Differences – THAT is the Problem

We’ve all seen myriad blog posts and articles discussing how to manage/engage/lead/*insert buzzword here* Gen Y. We’ve discussed generational entitlement in Twitter chats, and there are seemingly entire sections of the Internet dedicated to these very topics. Today, I offer my two cents on this seemingly ever-so-pressing issue and how it may be managed effectively—not… Read More»

Activating the Hidden Face of Diversity in Your Leadership Culture

If you write a leadership blog, you know the challenge of dredging the stock photo sites for perfectly politically correct photos of happy business women and men sporting every hue of skin color from creamy white to chocolate brown. If you actually run a business, you know the photo-dredgers have it easy when it comes… Read More»

Offering Our Youngest Leaders a Seat at the Table

Many American journalists and politicians point proudly to the great innovations that routinely spring forth from America’s businesses, large and small. These same people also rail about the need to improve the performance of America’s students on standardized assessment tests. Why do they celebrate innovation and ingenuity in America’s businesses, and then demand that our… Read More»

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From Now To How: Social, Virtual and Cross Generational Leadership

You can criticize, condemn and complain or imagine, inspire and innovate. Your choice will determine your destiny. – Deepak Chopra The need to go from NOW to HOW is critical. Leadership starts with our ability to imagine, inspire, innovate and communicate forward. Hope lies in not simply playing to strengths, but to seizing every challenge,… Read More»

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