My Smartphone and Me: It’s Not Just Millennials Who Are Hooked

I admit that I, like many others today from Gen Z to Baby Boomers,  am attached to my smartphone.  I actually suffer some anxiety when I don't have it with me, or can't get to it when I hear it buzzing, alerting me of a notification or text message. The fact that I can do …

Reciprocal Mentoring: A Win-Win

I’ve always thought workplace mentoring programs, both formal and informal, were crucial to companies developing and retaining successful employees. I was fortunate to have had an incredible mentor early in my career. I learned a lot about office politics and the unwritten rules in the workplace; received ongoing, honest feedback regarding my performance; and unwavering […]

Generation C. Who Are They? Are You A Member?

While doing some research for my blog this week, I came across several interesting articles describing a generation I wasn’t familiar with, Generation C.  This "community of digital natives" is of interest to consumer marketers because they are highly influential due to their need to share their lives via social media platforms.  However, the concept …

Surrounded by Knowledge and Experience…Listening and Learning from Other Generations

I’m a Baby Boomer (born between 1946 and 1964), who makes an intentional effort to hang out with people from other generations. Boomers have been called the "Me Generation" because they were the first generation to take a breather between childhood and adulthood and explore being young.  They got married later, had kids later, and spent …