Tag Archives: Generation y
In my travels throughout the country, I’ve been speaking about the challenges and the opportunities created by the different generations in the workplace. And sadly, I am hearing more of the challenges than opportunities… I have come across managers and … Continue reading
That said, several colleagues have asked what I attribute my busy keynote speaking schedule to, being that it has been such challenging times? The answer is simple… The Generations!!!
I started studying and talking about the Generations in 2007. My tried and true program on Personal Branding has a component in it where I ask the audience 4 questions:
* Who are you?
* What do you do?
* Who do you do it for?
* And … What makes YOU better and different from the rest?
When I got to the question, “Who do you do it for?” I realized that no matter what business you are in, you are going to rub up against Gen Y! If you haven’t noticed, Gen Y is changing the way we do business and they are changing workplace behaviors. Leadership and management will never be the same! Continue reading
Generation Y doesn’t have anything on 89 year old Barbara Lyon. Here she is interviewed by Lee Glickstein. The best anti-ager is not sold in a bottle or injected into our frown lines. The best anti-ager is staying active, engaged … Continue reading
A few years back, when I was in my early thirties I owned and operated several fashion clothing stores here in Houston. Being somewhat inexperienced in retail, I realized the importance of mentors and I had several. I sought out … Continue reading
After last month’s article on Sanjaya and Generation Y, the emails started hitting my inbox asking for more. Then I noticed the cover of Fortune Magazine this month features two good looking twenty-some-things saying, “Manage US? PUH-LEEZE…” The Generations are … Continue reading