Management Development Blog

The Millennial Perspective on Employee Development

Posted by Daniel Giraldo on Sep 8, 2017 3:30:00 PM

The millennial generation has been given a bad rap over the years. They’ve been labeled as lazy, entitled, spoiled, soft—in worst cases, all the above.

But when it comes to Millennials in the workforce, these brandings are inaccurate statements and overgeneralizations of younger, hardworking employees.

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Topics: leadership, employee development, millennial development, multigenerational management, management development training

Setting the Record Straight on Millennials in the Workforce

Posted by Cathy Segarra on Aug 17, 2017 1:07:15 PM

The media has created this stigma around the Millennials generation that has affected people's perception of their work ethics. Well, this generation is no longer the little kids who got participation trophies, but they are educated professionals that are ready to be taken seriously. They are the largest generation in history and are your company's future or the current workforce.

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Topics: employee development, millennial development, multigenerational management, management

5 Ways communication can improve workplace morale

Posted by Cathy Segarra on Jul 26, 2017 10:01:00 AM

High workplace morale is needed for productivity, employee retention, and long-term success, and nothing hurts workplace morale like poor communications

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Topics: Communication, leadership, employee development

How to Be a Leader Not a Boss

Posted by Cathy Segarra on Jul 24, 2017 10:05:00 AM

The way you manage people shows in the quality of work they provide. Training, engaging, and praising your employees make for a more enjoyable workplace. The difference between a leader and a boss shows through your employees and the service your company is trying to sell. 

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Topics: Communication, leadership, employee development

Why is Communication Important in Leadership? Part 2: Inclusion

Posted by Cathy Segarra on Jul 19, 2017 8:39:12 AM

Communications can be one of the greatest strengths or greatest weaknesses of an organization. In part one of the “Why is Communication Important in Leadership” series, we discussed the importance of leaders today needing to seek more of a “conversation” with your employees versus a series of commands. The first element of managing communications was trust, but it does not stand alone. Leaders must also ensure there is an element of communication inclusion within your organization.

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Topics: Communication, leadership, training, employee development