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By on November 28, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Millennials in the Education Workplace

Millennials are becoming teachers, and in turn, many are teaching other millennials. In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we’re discussing the experience of millennials working in the education industry, as teachers and education professionals. To hear the whole conversation on millennials teaching millennials, and the impact of technology in the classroom, click the link below. […]

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By on September 29, 2016

Understanding Leadership: What Colin T. McLetchie helped me realize

“PUT AWAY YOUR CELL PHONES FOR THE NEXT 2 HOURS,” Colin T. McLetchie emphatically demanded at the beginning of his session at the Ultimate Software HR Workshop in Toronto. The twenty-year-old millennial in me thought, There’s no way I am going to be able to adhere to this man’s demands. But to my surprise, the […]

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By on July 8, 2016

Managing Millennials: The benefits of engaging the workplace’s youngest generation

In my organization, there are a wide range of generations. Some people are in the early stages of their careers while others are looking towards retirement. As a mid-career professional, it’s interesting to straddle the generational divide. Managing millennials is getting a lot of attention these days, and some of it is not positive.  It […]

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By on June 1, 2016

The Paradoxes of Working with Millennials

  Learnography’s Communications Specialist, Kate Salmon, covered the Millennial Leadership Summit for the HR Gazette, and came back bursting with new ideas and strategies. Out of all the enlightening ideas and opinions she discussed at the Millennial Leadership Summit, what struck me most was the recognition of ‘Millennial Paradoxes’. As a millennial myself, with two […]

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