Late Baby-Boomers, Gen X and Millennials are the three biggest generations in the workplace right now. Millennials sometimes garner a disparaging view from their older contemporaries, but it’s a two-way street. So, what can they teach each other to capitalise on their collective strengths?
I’ve been talking about moving forward with resolutions for a few weeks now and for my final part of this series I want to focus on the hardest element of change – our existing character. It’s a truism that the only thing in the way of our success is ourselves so in order to achieve what we want it’s vital that we are completely honest with ourselves.
Failure. That’s a hard thing to accept. I have experienced plenty of failures both professional and personal. Indeed, I would be suspicious of anyone who claimed to have lived a failure-free life; that’s just not possible. Having said that, we rarely – if ever – set out to fail.
In my last post I talked about the four things you need to focus on to keep pushing your future forwards, but of course in order to get started the first port of call is a good PLAN. Now there’s a word that covers a multitude of sins!
How are your new year’s resolutions going? We have reached the stage in the year when reality starts to collide with our good intentions and all those promises we made can start to slip away. You made those resolutions because you want change and that is still the case, so what’s the solution?