Leading Thinking

Millennials and the "Two Year Itch"15th July 2016

Millennials and the ‘2 Year Itch’ Okay, so we know about the ‘7 year itch’ long talked of for marriage, but what is happening with millennials and their commitment to their work right now? I had a great conversation with one of our career coaches, Michael Strong of SGEi, in Las Vegas at a Fuel50 training event last week, and she said she had been astounded and shocked by the short-term thinking of millennials today who thought a 6 month tenure in a job showed great career stability!  So unquestionably some attitudes are changing for millennials about their “psychological work contract” and commitment to their employees.  There are b

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Future Trends

The Workplace – The Next Major Connected Ecosystem18th July 2016

Is the workplace the next major connected ecosystem?
Businesses toda

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Guest Sensei

Sharing Economy - Colette Campbell15th August 2016

So what’s the Sharing Economy and why should we care?

The Sharing Economy is a p

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Thought Provokers

Perserverance18th July 2016

Building a modern perception of perseverance

Ever since we first printed &ldq

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"The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” 

- Vince Lombardi, head coach of the Green Bay Packers (1959-1967).

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