Month: April 2019

Overcoming Bias: Creating Powerful Coaching Partnerships with Millennials

Overcoming Bias: Creating Powerful Coaching Partnerships with Millennials

In my experience, most millennials born before 1988 deny that they are technically millennials (I was born in 1982). The common stereotype is that millennials are self-entitled slackers who lack social skills and insist on wearing ripped jeans to work. My peers and clients want nothing to do with it. They are hard-working, high-functioning executives, […]

What’s So Great About Coaching Millennials?

What’s So Great About Coaching Millennials? IMPACT, TRUST, BELIEFS - MILLENNIALS

If you want to maximize your impact as a professional coach, then consider the idea of including Millennials as a target population. Why? For starters, Millennials highly value their beliefs. You could say that they believe in their beliefs. Also, another reason is that their mindset is typically open to the idea of hiring a […]

Offer coaching to your millennial employees? Yes, you should!

Offer coaching to your millennial employees? Yes, you should! Coaching and millennials

Mentorship is often the first-line training and development tool offered to millennial employees entering the workforce or transitioning into new roles. Senior employees are tasked with showing the younger generation the organizational processes they will need to know to do their job while also giving them an overview of organizational culture. While all this is […]

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