Category Archives: Multigenerational Workforce

Understanding Millennials

I discovered this incredible video which holds back nothing. It emphasizes a lot of the work I do for organizations that wisely realize they need outside support to address this phenomenon. Understanding the Millennials is perhaps the single most effective way to ensure organizational sustainability. They are your employees, they are your customers. I talk […]

The Transformational Leader: Story of the Seed

THE STORY A successful business man was growing old and knew it was time to choose a successor to take over the business. Instead of choosing one of his Directors or his children, he decided to do something different.  He called all the young executives in his company together. He said, “It is time for […]

Informal Learning: Are Your Maximizing Your Full Learning Potential?

Let me ask you this. What do you feel makes an organization cutting edge when it comes to a learning and development strategy? Recently, I was asked this question in an interview.  This question came up because they asked my why I listed Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn among my learning technology experience.  The answer of […]

How do people see you? Are you a TRUST BOOSTER or a TRUST BUSTER? CORPORATE TRUST Begins with YOU

When it comes to trust—How do people see you?  How do you view yourself?  Are you a trust booster or a trust buster? Today, trust is a critical element in the workplace, whether it is an email, a tweet, one-on-one, in the classroom or in a staff meeting.   I have done my share of trust […]

COMMUNICATION: Executives Telling the Whole Story? Or, is Part of the Story Enough?

I received a communication requesting recommendations for how to open up communication within the organization.  This is a bold and quite perceptive insight for an executive leader to recognize this need.  Communication is the root cause that erodes trust and if effectively woven into the cultural fabric, can sustain an organization.  Today it requires starting […]