Category Archives: Generation Z–Work with young people

Guess what? If you’re not engaged, your interns won’t be either

Written by: Melissa Noyes, MSW Part of the fun of not having actual office space is working from local coffee shops.  It adds a little flavor to my day.  I like watching people and the way they interact with each … Continue reading

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They Are Ready to Change the World, The Question is Will You Let Them?

By: Kristin Clements-Effner, MSW Training Coordinator/ Cofounder When I say teenager, what comes to mind? Troublemakers or Student Council Officer; Consumer or Contributor; Future Leader or Leader Today.  Our view of young people within our organization probably shapes our inclusion … Continue reading

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A Message to Generations Y and Z: “Do Not Lean Back, Lean In”

Written by: Melissa Noyes, MSW I came across an amazing blog by Andrew McAfee of the Harvard Business Review this morning.  Read it here (the rest of this blog won’t make much sense without it). As a Millennial entrepreneur (and a woman), I … Continue reading

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Watch Out Here They Come! Generation Z is On Their Way

By: Kristin Clements-Effner, MSW Much talk about generational differences in the workplaces has included the four generations of Gen Y,. Gen X, Baby Boomers and Traditionalists; however, watch out because a new generation is on the way to workplaces across America.  … Continue reading

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