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Tagged: “generations”

Generation Translation Video Blog–1

Here is a brief chat I had with my Generations co-author, Rita Murray, about how we both got started working with the topic.

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Generational Minefield

I asked a simple question that triggered a vigorous and pointed exchange between a Baby Boomer and a Millennial that quickly grew to a clash of their respective generational groups. It was a fortuitous teaching moment, and it highlighted one of the many heated tensions between these two generations.

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The Millennial Big 5

What do you say to and how do you treat each generation to access their positive qualities—of which there are many—and how do you avoid the landmines common to their specific world view?

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Politics and Leadership in the Gen-X Age

Work-life balance is a priority and has been laid out as a condition for Ryan—right now the most popular man in Congress—to take the Speaker’s chair. Welcome to politics and leadership in the Gen-X Age.

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Movies as a Generational Mirror — Part 2

Movies don’t create our values or behavioral patterns, but they do a very good job of reflecting and even explaining them.

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Movies as a Generational Mirror — Part 1

What do the popular movies of your formative years say about your generation?

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Fighting the Game

What if the standard of great training were not a show (stand-up comedy or theater), but the high engagement of a video game? What would good training look like then?

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Millennials and the MBTI

I have found (and am finding) Millennials to be less open to the idea of the dichotomy—the either-or nature of Type’s hard-wired preferences.

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What is With These Crazy Kids?

Millennials are as emotionally intelligent as they should be.

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