Generation X'ers should be positioned to be the next leaders, but they often feel blocked and suffer from the "prince Charles" syndrome, wondering 'when is my turn?', said Phyllis Haserot.
Known as the cross-generational voice and author of “You Can’t Google It!,” a book that focuses on multi-generational conversations at work, Phyllis delves into what it takes
to bridge generational gaps at work and stay relevant in your profession.
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Technology is the biggest and most influential business in the world, says Anne Currie author and speaker on the ethics of technology and engineering. So it can’t be acceptable to think those companies are more interested in things than in people and than in doing what's right. Find out why 80% of tech developers said they'd do something unethical if asked and why it's so important to create environments where one person doesn't have utter control.
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Millie Blackwell, co-founder and CEO of Showcase Workshop says creating a positive work environment is all about injecting your personality into what you do. Find out how her company uses humor to interact with each other and with clients in order to better connect and what she learned when starting her own company before the age of 30.
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Meetings must have clarity of purpose, people need to know why they're being held and must be actively engaged. Renowned as the 'meeting mavin', author Elise Keith explains what so many
companies aren't getting right when it comes to meetings and how high performing teams are designing the conversations they have to be more focused and intentional.
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Intentionality is the door one has to walk through in order to be a good leader, says author and thought leader Meredith Whipple Callahan. Her latest book, Intentional Life: Reflections from Conscious Living, delves into what it means to be the author of your own
life and explains what it takes to consciously question our choices as well as our actions.
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