Tag Archives: Generation Y
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Understanding the Gen Y Quarter-life Crisis and what all of it means for you

Tweet Quarter life is a stage that runs through a person’s twenties, and possibly into the very early thirties. Some academic writers have aligned it with Erik Erikson’s Intimacy vs Isolation stage in human development theory. Intimacy vs. isolation – […]

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Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Tweet An introduction to a three part series looking at harnessing the power of the TIDES of change.  The video considers the parallels with surfing and how we can use the surfing analogy and metaphor to “Surf the TIDES of […]

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Does a CEO need to blog?

Tweet If you were to take one look at the world today, it would be obvious that social media has become a very important communication tool. Ask yourself this question “can a CEO remain relevant if they are not versed […]

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Technology’s influence on our performance in the new world of work – part 1

Tweet The illiterate if the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn Alvin Toffler I think Toffler’s words are insightful and profound; and I agree with him. According […]

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Short Study: Generation Y in South Africa

Tweet Over the last month Mike Saunders and a few associates ran a small study on Generation Y in South Africa. We interviewed 144 students with an average age of 18 years old. The gender split was 60% female and […]

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It’s not information overload – it’s filture failure

Tweet The digital world is always inventing a new way for you to connect with people and for people to connect with you. To add to all this the information on the internet is becoming more and more complex to […]

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MTV asks students about their digital lifestyle.

Tweet MTV Online presenter Tom Thurlow went on the streets to ask students about their digital lifestyle. What mobiles are they carrying and why? Are they adopting Foursquare or Facebook Places? Do any of them still read newspapers or do […]

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Researching the Millennial Mind with @carol_phillips

Tweet Carol Phillips is someone I follow on Twitter. If you’re looking for insights and great thoughts around Marketing and Generational Theory, then she’s definitely worth following. This week she uploaded a presentation onto Slide Share titled, ‘Researching the Millennial […]

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I’ve been talent managed!

Tweet I’ve just had to update my profile on the new TomorrowToday website as my role within the company is changing from a client manager / sales position to an operational one. As I was updating my profile I realized […]

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What’s your digital lifestyle?

Tweet I am a firm believer that every person hasa certian level of digital integration in their lifestyle. The is something in almost all of us that uses the digital landscape in someway or another. This is what excites me […]

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Calling out to those connecting to – and connected to – call centres

Tweet “Call centres are the electronic assembly lines of the new economy” – Phil Jennings, Union Network International The last few months have been a busy and exciting time for Tomorrow Training. We have been up to a lot of […]

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An Open Letter To Boomer Bosses Everywhere:

Tweet Dear Wally, (if the name fits or even if it doesn’t…) I need to speak to you on an important issue.  For some time I have been watching a tsunami looming large on the horizon and it seems that […]

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