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PART 1: Difficulties With Millennials At Work | Dear Dad

DEAR DAD: IF YOU NEED TO GOOGLE LUSMS….YOU NEED TO READ THIS. Welcome to the Dear Dad series, where we share the insights gained from a young millennial going to work with her father. Through mistakes made, lessons learned and some mutual appreciation for each aging...

Part 6: No one works well when they’re cold and hungry | Class Clowns

Engaging a diverse workforce is a challenge for all business leaders, but engaging teens for the last decade makes adults look easy! How happy are your employees? Are they warm, fed, watered and entertained? Do they have enough comfort and satisfaction to actually produce good quality...

Part 5: What’s the point? | Class Clowns

Engaging a diverse workforce is a challenge for all business leaders, but engaging teens for the last decade makes adults look easy! How strong are your workplace values? Do your employees sit, head in hands, sighing ‘what’s the point’ into their coffee cups when you’re not...

Part 4:  Transparency as a motivator | Class Clowns

Engaging a diverse workforce is a challenge for all business leaders, but engaging teens for the last decade makes adults look easy! Where do you stand on sharing with your employees? How many of your workforce get CC’d in on important emails they often don’t need...

Part 3: Know the person to engage the person | Class Clowns

Engaging a diverse workforce is a challenge for all business leaders, but engaging teens for the last decade makes adults look easy! How well do you really know your employees? Is it enough just knowing their work personas, or should you be digging deep into their...

Part 2: Don’t we all love a bit of moral support? | Class Clowns

Engaging a diverse workforce is a challenge for all business leaders, but engaging teens for the last decade makes adults look easy! We all want to believe our employees feel supported and appreciated, but are we really doing enough to keep them engaged? In Part 2...