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How To Solve Multi-generational Workplace Conflict

Communication Solves Multi-generational Workplace Conflict It’s a fact that in Higher Education, we are working in a more generationally diverse workforce than ever before. Your institution probably employs: Veterans, or Traditionalists, born between 1922 – 1945 Baby Boomers, born between 1946 – 1964 Generation X, born between 1965 – 1980 Generation Y or Millenials, born Read More »

How to respond to the new Title IX fury

1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men are victims of sexual assault during college, yet only 12% of rape survivors report the crime to authorities (MSNBC). To shine light on sexual violence and harassment on college campuses, the Obama Administration established the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault in Read More »

Don’t Just Let Employee Feedback Happen, Pursue It

I came across an interesting article today about managerial openness to feedback. In it, author Jason Fried talks about the age‐old, and most often empty, statement: “My door is always open.” The take‐away is that managers often give their employees an impression of receptiveness by saying they’ll always be available for any questions, concerns or Read More »