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The Millennial “Trophy Generation”: Entitled or Eager to Engage?

by Judith E. Glaser and Debra Pearce-McCall When you think Millennials, the “everyone gets a trophy” idea comes up. But, we’d take that a step further and say it’s an implicit belief that everyone has something to contribute. The Millennial generation … Continue reading

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Sluffing-off Millennial Myths Reveals the Millennial ‘Possibility’ Mindset

by Judith E. Glaser and Debra Pearce-McCall What’s New About the Millennial’s Mindset? With their deep comfort with uncertainty and technology, coupled with their hardwired sense of inclusion, Millennials are blazing the trail by transforming workplaces. When used well, technological connections … Continue reading

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True Grit. The #1 Predictor of Success Video

Success can seem ephemeral. How do we acquire it?  Does it happen because we’re lucky? Or, because we’ve worked really hard? Or, is it because we’re so smart? Psychology professor Angela Lee Duckworth, who studies the predictors of success, says … Continue reading

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Growth Junkies More Important than Growth Markets?

by Peter Thies Ask anyone to describe the current post-recession economy and they’ll give a terribly unexciting answer: “sideways”, “sluggish” and “creeping upward”.   Ho-hum… According to the Conference Board’s Global Economic Outlook 2012, annual growth rates in emerging/developing economies from … Continue reading

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The mindset that leads to successful leadership change management

We’ve all heard of people who rode a wave or actually changed entire industries because they had a nose for change and how to benefit from it. Intel’s co-founder Andy Grove is one of those people. He sensed that personal … Continue reading

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