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    How to Adapt Life After College

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    As many students start to graduate from college, they enter a totally new phase in their lives. Not only they will have to adapt working full-time, they will also have to adapt to their new environments outside of work. Below are some advices for the new graduates that will make this transition smoother and are …

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    Posted in gen-y, People, Personal Branding, Success Strategies

    Managing a Multi-Generational Workplace

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    Millennials keep joining to the workforce and their numbers grow each day in the companies. Meanwhile, due to harsh economic conditions, Baby Boomers and Gen X postpone retirement and actively keep working. This leaves managers with a challenge of managing teams which consist of three generations.  Each generation has their strengths and weaknesses. The importance …

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    Posted in gen-y, People, Personal Branding, Workplace Success

    Ways to Motivate Millennials in the Workplace

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    Millennials are the generation born between 1980 and 2000. Currently, they make up almost 33% of the US workforce so one in three employees is a millennial. While millennials are highly educated and technology capable, they are unfortunately the most frequent job hoppers. Studies show that this generation generally stays in one job around 2 …

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    What Millennials Seek, Desire in an Employer

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    I just read an interesting article online entitled, Stop Treating Millennial Employees Like Enigmas, written by Sara Roberts and Michael Papay and featured on Fastcompany.com.[1] As the title suggests, the article focuses on how businesses can best utilize the skills and talents of Millennials, generally defined as that 80-million-strong cohort born between 1977 and 2000, …

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    Posted in Career Development, Employer Branding, gen-y, Job Search, Misc, Personal Branding, Success Strategies, Workplace Success

    3 Powerful Habits To Supercharge Your Career

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    Great, you found a career that you love. Now what?

    If you’re like most ambitious people, you realize that even after you work for years to accomplish something, the road to mastery is still long and winding. Especially when it comes to mastery in your career.

    So how do you continue to overcome the inevitable …

    Posted in entrepreneurship, gen-y, guest post, Personal Branding, Success Strategies

    3 Ways New Grads Can Increase Job Search Luck

    It’s not news that Generation Y is raked over the coals from time to time. They have been labeled as self-centered, lazy and attention-deficit-disordered. In some cases, they have been bashed for having parents who dote on them so much that they have an inflated sense of self and entitlement.

    The truth is, most of …

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    Posted in gen-y, Job Search, Personal Branding, Positioning

    Your Brand Is Being Built For You

    I think it’s time for a reality check: If you’re on the internet today, you are building your brand. Whether you like it or not, you are building your brand. It is time to think about and take control of your most valuable asset, you.

    Do you use Facebook? You are building your brand. What …

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    Posted in Brand Yourself As, gen-y, Personal Branding, Reputation Management

    New Generation’s Bap Rap In Workplace Is Undeserved

    There is a lot of scuttlebutt about managing multi-generations in the workforce today.

    Yet, I wonder if it’s any different, or more challenging than previous eras. I mean, hiring and managing the flower children of the 60s that transitioned into the workplace in the early 70s couldn’t have been a picnic for traditional business owners, …

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    Posted in Corporate Branding, Employer Branding, gen-y, Personal Branding

    Why the Answer ISN’T Finding Your “Dream Job”

    Recently I came across a blog entry, that really got me worked up.

    Basically the author complained about being 24 and not yet getting her “dream job.” While I appreciated how the advice that followed was well intentioned and somewhat informative, what really got me upset was the general attitude and premise of the discussion.…

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    How Success Takes a Village

    I recently completed a pilot for a new initiative at work. It was the culmination of months and months of planning, maneuvering, stakeholdering and hard work. There were a number of touch obstacles to overcome and endless coordination between a number of parties. To see the press release hit the wire and to hear positive …

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