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How to Communicate with Millennials at Work - 23 Surefire Tips

 

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C. Lee Smith
C. Lee Smith said:
You should rethink this sentence under the heading "Millennials Favor a Liberal Bias": "Most millennials have absolutely no time for language or policies that offend or discriminate." You seem to be implying that moderate or conservative policies are offensive or discriminatory. Not accurate and not cool.
9/22/2015
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timeisenhauer
This post has nothing to do with political views of millennials. I'm confused as to why you would suggest the implication. Thanks for chiming in though, nice to have you around, hope to hear from you again soon.
9/24/2015
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Mark Andel
Mark Andel said:
The photo is all wrong. None of them would be holding pens. All would be holding iPhones, and nobody would be looking at anybody else -- and there might be one person smiling, not every single one.
9/22/2015
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timeisenhauer
That's pretty funny. I can agree with some of your points, but therein lies the problem. http://www.fastcompany.com/3041811/hopefully-the-last-article-about-millennials-youll-ever-read
9/24/2015
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timeisenhauer
The whole point of this millennial conversation is that it's best treat them as real people. It's about throwing the stereotype away. Do you really want a drab, miserable looking photo with everybody looking down at their phones, not smiling? This photo shows that if you get millennials to interact with each other (and other generations) that they are really no different than you.
9/24/2015
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Clyde Reid
Clyde Reid said:
Hi, Tim, I'm from the baby boomer generation and I really found your article to be really enlightening. I hope to use your pointers and tips to improve communication with our millennial generation.
2/19/2017
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Judith L Hummel
Judith L Hummel said:
I'm a boomer who has mentored millennials. They don't want to be stereotyped, any more than I want to be shoved in the boomer column. As the article from FastCompany (listed above) mentions - all of us at one time or another were that "upstart, whippersnapper (Whatever that is!)" that caused previous generations heartburn. As you sum up - let's throw away these benighted (word from my parent's generation) stereotypes.
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