Getting to know Millennials is a priority for most, whether you’re in business, academics or parenting – just to name a few professions.
I’ve been pleasantly surprised and challenged by this generation that represents a group of 80 million, according to the 2/24/2015 NPR story “The New Boom,” responsible for $1 trillion in spending a year.
Like NPR, our company also conducts focus groups with Millennials, but we call them Millennial Advisory Councils. Our reason for startin
What makes workplace diversity potentially one of the most polarizing issues today in business?
I have rarely, if ever, worked for someone who was my mirror image. However, many, if not most of us, feel more comfortable and more at ease with someone who shares our same belief system, likes and dislikes … and, yes, even looks like we do.
What I’ve just described will solicit a different reaction from those filtering my words. For example, those reading who are between 35 to
Yes, I am a Yankee fan. I follow every game. I read the sports page. Well at least the stories about the Yankees. I love the players. And I have always been fascinated by George Steinbrenner, owner of the most successful franchise in baseball history, the Yankees. His passing this week truly saddened me. He was a man that left a true legacy. A man from which women leaders can learn a bit about leadership.
Most women don’t know much about George, but sports fans eith