By Lindsey Wright* With the flexibility of online coursework, it’s no wonder why so many students are choosing web-based education programs. Having the freedom to complete work on their own time allows students the opportunity to tend to their daily schedules of work and parenting. Thanks to online education, more individuals are able to get [...]
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By Ines Schinazi John G. Drozdal, Ed.D., is Principal Consultant and President of The Drozdal Company – an organization development and training firm that specializes in generational issues in the workplace, manager/leader development, team building, executive coaching, and conflict transformation. A complete description of the company’s services is available at www.drozdalcompany.com. Dr. John Drozdal is [...]
By Tatiana Penteado* “There’s no point in attempting to find new paths on old maps.” This sentence says all about managing people from a different generation than your own… I’m part of Generation X, and most of the workers I manage, are women from Gen Y. Imagine what an explosive combination. This generation gap translates [...]
By Ines Schinazi “My mother has always been an actress to me.” This is how Jessy Hodges explains that her relationship with her mother hasn’t changed, despite the fact that they’ve recently found themselves in very similar places career-wise, while obviously being at completely different points in their lives. As a mother gets back into [...]