Millennials and Entrepreneurship: Redefining a “Real Job”
December 20, 2016
Millennials are working to achieve their success on their own terms. Even those working in a traditional work environment are moving around until they find what they truly want. The “Digital Nomad” lifestyle, those who have built their careers on being able to work remotely from anywhere, are also making the system work for them. In a study commissioned by EY, they found, "62 percent of millennials have considered starting their own businesses, and 72 percent think startups are “essential for new innovation and jobs.”
An overwhelming number of Millennials see themselves starting their own business and believe they have an entrepreneurial mindset.
Do you care about workplace culture? Do you want to align your strategy and business goals with your culture for exponentially better efficiency and results? Do you want to improve employee engagement? Or are you struggling to attract or retain high-performing Millennials as staff?
Do you have a bit of spare budget that you need to spend before the end of the year? This is literally the most impactful thing you can do with it.
Stop Talking About Millennials and Start Talking With Them
December 5, 2016
Join me on December 6th at 1pm ET for a webinar panel discussion with three very smart Millennials as we discuss how this generation is viewing the workplace differently, particularly in the context of membership organizations.
The Culture Chat Podcast: Culture and the Customer Experience
November 30, 2016
In this episode of the Culture Chat podcast, we're excited to dig into the topic of culture as it relates to the customer experience. Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, once famously said that "brand is a lagging indicator of culture" - in this conversation we talk to Aimee Lucas, customer experience transformist at the Temkin Group, about her thoughts on how exactly culture impacts how customers relate to the companies they interact with.
Guest Post by Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman, Co-Authors, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout. We are VERY excited to have been quoted in this awesome book and the lessons shared, while addressed to folks who work in the nonprofit sector, clearly apply to anyone in the workforce. Enjoy! And buy the book!
Guest post by Amanda Kaiser. Association professionals say their association is not innovating because they are under-resourced, they don’t have the right ideas or don’t know how to prioritize between a bunch of great ideas, or the association’s stakeholders (leadership, staff, board, members) fear risk. These are challenges for sure, these are even the challenges the most innovative associations have had, but these challenges are not insurmountable. They should not be stopping us in our tracks. In fact, dig in and what we find are a handful of myths, myths uncovered in the 2016 Association Innovation Research Study, that are holding us back.