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Generational Gaps: This One’s Bigger

Older generations’ complaints about the next generation are nothing new. Conflicts replay throughout every decade. However this current generation gap is bigger than we’ve ever seen because of technology. I hear about these frustrations frequently in corporate coaching work I do. No generation is better or worse than another, and ...

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A Not-So-Perfect Labor Storm

In 1999, leadership expert Ira S. Wolfe coined the term “perfect labor storm” to describe a convergence of demographic and socioeconomic developments that would result in an unprecedented shortage of skilled workers in 2011—the year the first Baby Boomers hit 65 and start to retire. But a severe and prolonged recession has delayed Dr. ...

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