Monthly Archives: April 2010
I see the value all generations bring to the table. Today success is about blending our skills, talents and our expertise – We need the experiences and wisdom of the boomer more than ever. Titles may change but the need for boomer input and guidance is still important- it will take on a different form like; mentoring, blogging, volunteering, sharing- you get my drift? Think Tom Peters, Seth Godin, and okay, Karen McCullough! Continue reading
“Branding is not what you think… It’s about what others think and say about you!” That resonated with me. My daughter Meredith and I just completed our book, The Seven Women Project. When you read the book you will see that each of the seven women has personality traits that can be perceived in either in a positive light or a negative light – it all depends; on the receiver and the context. Continue reading
Simply stated, your brand is the way people who know you think of you (including all perceptions and emotions about you) – Your brand is the words that others think and say about you when your name is mentioned. Your brand is how you are seen by those who know you and how you are remembered by those who first meet you- in person or online. Continue reading
Managing Gen Y may mean we have to make some changes in the way we have managed in the past. What are you willing to do to attract and keep the talent? Open your mind to change.