Tag: millennial culture

The HOT Plan™: Expect the Unexpected

If there’s one thing you can expect in business, it’s the unexpected. Chance meetings , market shifts, natural disasters or a runaway stock market – when the unexpected lands on your plate, are you prepared to seize the opportunity in

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The HOT Plan™: What’s the Point?

If there’s hard work to be done, make a game of it. Top teachers, coaches and smart parents live by this creed. HOT Targets, too, are kind of a game. They operate with a bull’s eye, deadlines, points and rewards.

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The HOT Plan™: Elephant, anyone?

General Creighton Abrams began his distinguished military career in World War II, continued as a General and commander in Vietnam, and eventually became Chief of Staff for the United States Army.  Abrams’ exceptional ability was recognized early by General George S. Patton.

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Not just about millennials

When you imagine an ideal culture for your workplace, what comes to mind? Do you give your employees the opportunity to do more than fill a slot, perform a task and/or  take home a paycheck? Do your employees have the

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Office 2016: Not your Grandpa’s workplace

Culture is king in the 2016 workplace as millennials become the majority of workers in the U.S. and abroad. As of May 2015, the Pew Research Center reported that Millennials (those born after 1980) became the largest group of workers

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Culture is king in the workplace

A quiet transition is slipping into place in the world of business in 2016; are you ready for it? For the first time, the millennial generation will become the majority of the global workforce. This transition means many things to

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