Engaging Baby Boomer Employees to Address Your Coming Labor Shortage

A Baby Boomer recently explained to me, “I would like to work on issues I truly care about but the golden handcuffs keep me from leaving my company.” Many professionals in that age group (i.e. “Baby Boomers” born between 1946 and 1964) whom I have talked to would like to follow their passion and purpose […]

Do You Focus Enough On Your Strengths In Your Career?

One cannot build performance on weakness, let alone on something one cannot do at all.”  ~ Peter F. Drucker, Managing Oneself The importance of knowing and using your strengths in your career is illustrated in one of my favorite fables, the story of the animal school (Leo Buscaglia, Living, Loving & Learning, 1982): “A rabbit, […]