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Gen Z Will Change Your World Again

Daniel Burrus | Posted 02.03.2016 | Technology
Daniel Burrus

Millennials have long been the focus of attention, but as the first wave from Generation Z enters the workplace, there will be another shakeup on the horizon.

Digital, IoT, Mobile and Gen-Z - Shaping A New Norm For Higher-Ed?

Scott MacFarland | Posted 01.25.2016 | Education
Scott MacFarland

Photo Credit: Pexels.com (CC0) License Technology, the crazy speed of innovation adoption and behavioral trends of our times are fascinating things...

Mobile Zombie Apocalypse

Chris Corbett | Posted 01.15.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Chris Corbett

We've all seen zombies walking the streets. They've got that glazed look, faces lit with an unhealthy glow, stumbling into people on the sidewalk an...

The Next Wave of Retail

Diana Mao | Posted 01.11.2016 | Business
Diana Mao

The Global economy experienced sluggish growth in 2015 with large retailers like Fossil, Michael Kors, and Macy's experiencing dips in their reven...

Looking Ahead: Gen Z, Tough Language and Online Take Over

Chris Komisarjevsky | Posted 01.04.2016 | Impact
Chris Komisarjevsky

Dramatic new trends are taking us into 2016. While we all know that nothing really has changed just because the countdown took us past midnight and ...

Educating Generation Z: Let Them Color Outside the Lines

A.S. Chung | Posted 12.16.2015 | Parents
A.S. Chung

All of a sudden, the ingrained mantra of "study hard, get a good job, save money" is no longer acceptable. And yet, I have to be progressive enough to recognize that the current education system is unable to prepare my daughter for a life we can only predict. With literacy and numeracy remaining as the fundamental basis of their schooling years, I am by no means convinced it is adequate.

Are Millennials Redefining the American Dream?

Krystina Nguyen | Posted 12.14.2015 | Business
Krystina Nguyen

The real question is whether the Millennials' current definition of success will change. Are these simply characteristics of a life phase and Millennials will eventually become like their Baby Boomer counterparts seeking material symbols to show off their success?

Oh The Many Places Your Selfie Will Go

Lauren Galley | Posted 12.08.2015 | Women
Lauren Galley

Growing up in a cyber world, young adults and youth are bombarded with social media statistics that define their online usage using numbers and values.

Hey Millennials! How Will Our History Read?

Rasheena Fountain | Posted 11.19.2015 | Black Voices
Rasheena Fountain

History will be written, and instead of arguing amongst each other about what side of history we stand on, it is better to stand for making sure future generations only have to expand progress instead of inheriting current issues as they are.

What a Pre-Teen Taught Me About Rebounding From a Loss

Julie Halpert | Posted 11.18.2015 | Parents
Julie Halpert

There's been much discussion recently of helicopter parents and concerns that they're stifling the ability of young people to weather disappointment. We fear this generation lacks resilience, the ability to rebound from even the smallest crisis.

Look Up: How an Encounter With the Stars Showed My Kids They Are Not the Center of the Universe

Gina Maier | Posted 11.05.2015 | Parents
Gina Maier

"Am I that small? Is there really so much more out there, beyond my life, my world?" These are liberating thoughts for kids who largely believe the world revolves around them. Particularly this tech-saturated generation, where the world they know best fits in the palm of their hand -- aka their smartphones.

Teaching the Soft Skill of Self-Evaluation

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 10.20.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

Here is a profound truth I learned from my longtime karate teacher, mentor and friend Master Frank Gorman: "The mirror is the best teacher."

#ExpressYurSelf

Michael Mauldin | Posted 10.13.2015 | Black Voices
Michael Mauldin

To young people, it's vital to broaden your knowledge and understanding of life, and to embrace your distinctiveness, your individuality, your uniqueness. To my older generation, the world still wants to hear your thoughts, your dreams, and your inspirations.

Why do so Many Gen Zers Seem to Lack that Old-Fashioned "Followership?"

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 10.05.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

By the time Gen Z (second wave Millennials, born 1990-1999) was growing up, "Question Authority!" was not a slogan anymore but a hackneyed cliché.

Gen Z and the U.S. Workforce: 5 Things You Should Know

Anne Loehr | Posted 10.02.2015 | Business
Anne Loehr

As pundits analyze Millennials to death, Gen Z is growing up under our noses. In fact, in the next four years 30 percent of Generation Z is expected to be employed.

Youth Activism Is in the Air at Schools: And All Over the Internet

Randy Paynter | Posted 10.01.2015 | Impact
Randy Paynter

From passionate commitment to temporary hashtag campaigners, childhood activism is a great thing to those of us who ardently believe, contrary to the adage, that children should be seen AND heard. As a father of two and an advocate for many social and environmental causes myself, it's exciting to see the growing number of young activists.

How to Unlock the Power of Soft Skills

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 09.28.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

Show me an organization with a strong, positive corporate culture and I will show you an organization that is very clear about exactly which soft skill behaviors are high priority and sings about those high priority behaviors from the rooftops often.

The Soft Skills Gap: Growing Steadily From Gen X to Y to Z

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 09.15.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

Since 1993, I've been tracking generational change in the workplace and its impact on organizations, especially the impact on supervisory relationships. Based on two decades of research, I can report that the overwhelming data points to a steady diminution in the soft-skills of young people in the workplace from Gen X to Gen Y to Gen Z.

8 Ways to Help the Selfie Generation Write Better College Essays

Kate Klise | Posted 09.08.2015 | Education
Kate Klise

How can these students who are so skilled at taking selfies be so unskilled when it comes to painting an attractive self-portrait in words? The selfie generation is perfectly capable of writing their college essays. But we can help them find their best angle.

Why Do So Many Gen Zers Seem to Lack That Old-Fashioned 'Critical Thinking?'

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 09.02.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

They have never had the need. Today's information environment offers infinite answers to every question under the sun and they've always had powerful easy to use information-technology at their fingertips all the time.

Say Hello to the World's TransGeneration (Generation Z)

Christine Horner | Posted 09.02.2015 | World
Christine Horner

Born in the mid-90s to early '00s, Generation Z finally has an identity. Say hello to the generation that may be the first in human history to be free to fully express themselves thanks to a lot of help from their predecessors: the Millennials (Generation Y), Gen Xers, and vanguard Baby Boomers.

Why Do So Many Gen Zers Seem to Lack That Old-fashioned "Followership?"

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 08.20.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

By the time Gen Z (second wave Millennials, born 1990-1999) was growing up, "Question Authority!" was not a slogan anymore but a hackneyed cliché. So maybe it is too easy to explain away Gen Zers' seeming disregard for joining something larger and making personal sacrifices for the greater good.

What Cecil the Lion Can Teach Us About Social Capital

Crystal Kadakia | Posted 08.11.2015 | Business
Crystal Kadakia

The Internet has created a new level of connectedness that is staggering. As a consequence, all endeavors, both positive and negative, are instantly shareable. Social capital is vital, and it has a tangible impact on profits.

72 Percent of HS Students Are Entrepreneurial and Corporate America Just Doesn't Get It

Crystal Kadakia | Posted 08.03.2015 | Business
Crystal Kadakia

According to a study done by Millennial Branding and Internships.com, 72% of high school students want to start their own business someday. 61% percent expect to start a business right out of college. Little do employers know, but Corporate America is quickly becoming the 'back up' option -- what do to if all else fails.

Why Do So Many Gen Zers Seem to Lack That Old-Fashioned "Professionalism?"

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 07.28.2015 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

Why do Gen Zers not, like those of previous generations, quickly realize that young adults need to make the adjustment to the grown-up world?