Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Future of Work

We’ve been teased and taunted with the prospect of what work will look like in the future for the longest time. From robots to the gig economy, the workplace, as we’ve known it, has almost become a mystifying concept. But mystery is not productive, obviously. I mean how are we supposed to plan if we [...]

The Future of Work2019-07-10T11:29:43+00:00

What if everything you think you know about Millennial’s is wrong?

Has a cult of “tough leadership & shame culture” contributed to the generation divide? Are Millennials the most misunderstood generation of our time? Yes, they are certainly different. They’re the first digital natives, the first generation to ‘grow up’ on social media. They’re somewhat alien to the rest of us, it seems. We just don’t [...]

What if everything you think you know about Millennial’s is wrong?2019-07-08T04:59:05+00:00

Here comes the Echo Boom and many Boomers are just not ready…

I continually get asked, “So are you a Millennial?” and apart from being flattered because this implies, I must look rather young, I reluctantly answer… “No… but I certainly feel like one…” Most people are perplexed by my response… firstly who in their right mind would want to be a Millennial if you weren’t born [...]

Here comes the Echo Boom and many Boomers are just not ready…2019-06-26T02:03:35+00:00