The Common Sense Blog

19
Nov

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19
Nov

Kevin H. Kahn

"Thank you again for your presentation to our Guest Services supervisors and managers. The information provided really clicked with the staff and will help them to communicate more effectively with both their employees and our guests. I would highly recommend your services to any company that truly values their employees and customers and strives to provide the best service possible.

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19
Nov

Dorothy J. Anderson

"There is no doubt that your presentation made a powerful impact on these highly qualified and motivated interns whose careers as potential future leaders are currently being molded."   Dorothy J. Anderson, PHD Co-Chair Technical Career Field Steering Committee US Department of Veterans Affairs

19
Nov

CCRA

"Robert Wendover was excellent! I wish the presentation had continued through the newest generation but we ran out of time! "   CCRA Conference Attendee

19
Nov

Lanie Richardson

"Planning for any meeting is stressful, especially trying to find a speaker that will appeal to all our members. Deciding to have Robert Wendover and his topic, "From Ricky & Lucy to Beavis & Butthead" was a decision that we would do over again in a heartbeat! He really connected with our attendees and gave them valuable insight into how

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19
Nov

Bob Wendover – Bio Sheet

Robert W. Wendover has been researching and writing about workforce trends for more than 20 years. He currently serves as Managing Director of the Center for Generational Studies. Mr. Wendover has authored the Center’s training curriculum Generations: Understanding Age Diversity in Today’s Workplace. His nine books include: Crossing the Generational Divide, On Cloud Nine: Weathering the Challenge of Many Generations

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19
Nov

Jeff Vankooten – Bio Sheet

Jeff Vankooten is all about solutions. The insights and strategies he brings to every presentation are designed to foster creative tactics and answers to today’s workforce challenges. As a senior consultant for The Center for Generational Studies, he has engaged managers and leaders in a wide variety of disciplines including hospitality, retail, utilities, engineering, oil and gas, manufacturing and law

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19
Nov

Weekly Tips

The Sandwich Manager Solution Series   A free e-mail subscription series that provides weekly answers to managing in a cross-generational workplace.   What people problems keep you up in the middle of the night? What personnel issues steal your time during the day?  Chances are many of them are related to the different ages who work for you.  If you

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15
Nov

What Will We Call the Generation Born After 2000?

  We are increasingly asked this question. Simply said, there is no naming body that comes up with a specific label after extensive research. Each one has evolved into general use after the media adopts it. So no matter what someone suggested, it’s really a result of adoption by those in our journalistic community. There are only two monikers we’ve

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2
Oct

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