Church & Family

Christianity Today – Ed Stetzer
20 Truths from Generational IQ by Haydn Shaw

Faith & Leadership
Haydn Shaw: Churches Need to Improve Their Generational IQ

Leadership Network Nines Conference
Reaching Millennials, Nones, and the Next Generation

4 Reasons Christianity Isn’t Actually Dying

Tony Morgan Live
Christianity Is Not Dying and Millennials Are Not the Problem
Interview with Haydn Shaw
Top 10 Posts of 2015


American Management Association
3 Questions for Haydn Shaw:
On Millennials Managing Baby Boomers
On the Generalizations vs Stereotypes
On Generational Barriers Crossing International Boundaries

Haydn Shaw on the Influx of the New Generation

Chicago Sun Times — The Grid
Don’t Take Candy From Strangers, Even at Work by Amos Ornstein

How Millennials Are Disrupting The Global Workforce

Hotel Executive
The Four Approaches to Multiple Generations

Huffington Post
This is How to Get Along Better with Your Multigenerational Coworkers
Why You Should Go to “Take Your Parents to Work Day”
Why Millennials’ parents will stay involved – and why that’s good
The 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Supervising People Your Parents’ Age
How to Give Millennials the Feedback They Want
Why What You Read About Millennials Seems Contradictory
Millennials Are Motivated Most by Money
Emerging Adulthood: The 2 Most Important Words in Hiring and Parenting

Human Resources Executive Online
Some Demographic ‘Sticking Points’ to Conquer

JCC Circle Newsletter
Generation Exit: How Do We Mentor the Next Generation of Leaders When They Keep Leaving?

Restaurant Briefing
Generations at Work

TIME Business Online
Flip-Flops at Work: Millennials Finally Get What They Want by Dan Kadlec

Local news – Rockford Chamber Annual Dinner – Understanding Generations a Plus for Businesses

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