Tag Archives: Multi-Generational

The Great Divide

Bridging the generational divide with 360 degree mentoring and acknowledging that ‘talent’ is to be found in all generations. I’ve been reading Gallup’s ‘State of the American Workplace 2017’. While it is US-centric and I am sitting in an exceptionally … Continue reading

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Plan B

Encouraging flexibility in creatures of habit (the end user). When we start messing with people’s work spaces, we start messing with their heads. There’s no other way around it, and it has to be acknowledged. This is why workplace is … Continue reading

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Bob and the Auditors

To resist change effectively, you need tactics and insider knowledge…. We battle-weary commuters come to know theĀ patterns of our rush-hour comrades, not least because they mimic our own, right down to seat preference; anything over a year of taking (nearly) … Continue reading

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The Five Generations

An introduction on the Five Generations and the differences between them. The Five Generations, eh? It’s a hot topicĀ for those of us in the work place field, though is still taking many unawares. So, in a very small nutshell: we … Continue reading

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