The Common Sense Blog

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

FAQ

As we study the generations within American society, managers continue to express a number of common observations about their differences. Here are the answers to a variety of questions that frequently asked during our sessions.   Click on the topic to get your answer.   {module FAQ}

2
Oct

Free Articles

Will Text for Food Josh and his smart phone are one. Whether he’s sitting at his desk, in a meeting, in the car, or on the couch at home, he is always connected. In the space of 15 minutes, he might send and receive 10 text messages, answer three business-related e-mails, Google a restaurant’s location, search for a document on

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2
Oct

What Others are Saying

"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   "Thank you again for your presentation to our Guest Services supervisors and managers. The information provided

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2
Oct

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2
Oct

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2
Oct

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2
Oct

Suggested Reading

Web Sites   As one might imagine, there are a wide variety of web sites devoted to a host of generational topics. Even with the ones here, there is no guarantee of their veracity. The sites we have listed below meet three criteria:   1. The site is filled with useful information without being overly commercial or self-serving. 2. The

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2
Oct

Meeting Planners

We are delighted to be working with your organization on your upcoming event!  In order to expedite the process of getting the information you need, we have included a selection of the most commonly requested items on this page. Program descriptions and articles for publication may be found on other pages within this site. PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE to call

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