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  • Career Collaborators 10:29 am on 02/26/2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , motivation, performance, recognition   

    Employee Recognition: What Do You Value? 

    How would you like to be recognized when you do a stellar job at work? Does your manager know what you value? If you are a manager, do you know what each of your employees value? If not, can you have a conversation with each person about recognition? If you think it is always $$, this article might change your mind.

  • Career Collaborators 8:06 pm on 08/28/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: career journeys, , dreams, , motivation, personal development   

    A Gen Y Guru’s Advice on Living Your Dreams 

    Alexis Sclamberg, a personal development writer, speaker and media personality, called “the self-help voice of Gen Y,” debunks seven excuses standing in the way of living one’s dream life.

    In her Huffington Post article, The Real Reason You’re Not Living Your Dream Life (And It’s Not Time or Money, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alexis-sclamberg/dream-life_b_1820160.html?utm_source=Alert-blogger&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Email%2BNotifications#postComment
    Alexis magnifies the positive attitude that captures the optimism of Gen Y. Before she dismisses the common excuses, she writes:
    “I cringe when people tell me they’re doing jobs they hate, or slugging through daily routines that drain their energy and make them miserable. I think you can make any life possible with the right mix of persistence and patience….”

    Do you think that Gen Y workers will look at jobs and careers with a blend of optimism, persistence and patience? How will these attributes impact their career journeys?

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