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Podcast: Older workers in the workforce

Posted on: May 11th, 2017 by Jude Foulston No Comments

The world of work is changing. Baby Boomers are now over 50 and heading towards the last phase of work according to corporate policy and procedure manuals. Listen to what Lynda Smith from the Refirement Network has to say on older workers in the workforce – both from the corporates perspective and how these ‘older’ workers […]

Detailed overview of Generational Theory

Posted on: September 28th, 2016 by Jude Foulston No Comments

Gain insights that will ensure you get the most out of the people you interact with every day.

25 Sentences that define Generation X

Posted on: July 29th, 2016 by Graeme Codrington 1 Comment

The worst thing a doctor could do is to prescribe a “one size fits all” to everyone who walks through the door, without a prior examination. We’d suggest that a similar approach would be equally problematic when working across generations. One size does not, as they say, fit all. The next 25 sentences describe a generation born […]

How to get along with your Boomer boss!

Posted on: October 27th, 2015 by Jude Foulston No Comments

One of the undoubted privileges that we have in TomorrowToday Global is to be invited to participate or to speak at numerous talent programs. These are programs that are filled with young people entering the workplace – highly qualified, very enthusiastic and eager to make their mark on their new environment. Very often as you […]

5 names given to youth under-35 and what they mean.

Posted on: August 6th, 2015 by Raymond de Villiers 2 Comments

The upper threshold of when we no longer consider an individual a “youth” is 35. As Generational theory has been accepted and gained understanding we have seen several labels rise that cover this group, and the cohort under them. For clarity sake it is useful to consider what these labels mean and where they have […]

Keeping Generations @ Work

Posted on: June 9th, 2014 by Graeme Codrington No Comments

Understanding and connecting with people older and younger than yourself We don’t all see the world in the same ways. In today’s world, we’re confronted all the time by diverse ways of thinking and acting. To be successful in engaging with other people, and to improve our ability to communicate effectively, to engage other people, […]