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written by Mick Ukleja

6 Things to Do When You Encounter Turbulence

Anyone who has flown a little has had the bumpy experience of a turbulent ride.  Turbulence is indiscriminate in its ability to shake things up.  The plane can be large or small.  The passengers can be important.  They can be on Air Force One, or a West Coast Commuter.  If it happens during meal service, […]

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07.02.2013
written by Mick Ukleja

Tips for Managers of Millennials

(News Alert!! Training Beats Bonuses) The job market, at first glance, looks anything but encouraging. On the surface there seems to be a dwindling supply of jobs. That’s the feeling we get. And it is true that one-third of the 2011 college grads according to one survey (Adecco Group)*, live at home with their parents. […]

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01.24.2012
written by Mick Ukleja

How Do You Keep Millennials From Moving On?

The Cost Of NOT Investing In Training

It seems logical on the surface to cut training. After all, budgets must be trimmed in this economic environment. Not only is the training financially a burden, but there is so much on the organization’s plate that entering into this kind of “extracurricular” activity is time consuming. There is an urgent need to focus on […]

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11.15.2011
written by Mick Ukleja

Not All Training Opportunities Are Created Equal

(Is This Leadership Program Worth My Time And Money?) In the last issue we learned that leaders are not necessarily genetically inclined. 30% of the brain is hardwired at birth. That means that our life experiences– including training– programs a lot of what we feel we are capable of doing. That’s the software component. The […]

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04.27.2011
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