intergenerational

Millennials New Frontier: A Career in Financial Services

The Bright Future in Sustainable Investing
Blog

by Kelly Coyne VP, Impax Asset Mmgt and Pax Ellevate Mgmt.

Why do millennials eschew jobs in financial services and how Sustainable Investing is changing that

Social Media Isn’t All Broken

By: Joseph Cuticelli
Blog

This week on the news, I saw Congress grill social media executives. I heard about the spread of fake news and the negative things that social media has wrought. There was lots of focus on young people and how they use these forums – I even heard one report when an expert being interviewed mentioned that he was an undergraduate.

I won’t disagree that there are negatives about social media, but I do want to point out a different perspective that comes from my work.

Three Quality of Lifehacks to Bridge Generational Differences in the Workplace

By: Quality of Lifehacks
Blog

A 60-something instructor at a major university was working on a project with an undergraduate student. The student complimented the instructor on her proficiency with technology. The student thought he was paying a compliment to the instructor. The instructor was offended because she believed the implication was that her skills were good “for someone her age,” playing into the stereotype that all Baby Boomers struggle with technology. Little did the student know that the instructor serves on the boards of several technology companies and is a former CEO of a tech company.

Bringing Out the Best from Each Generation

By: Suzanne Greenlee
Blog

With generation Z poised to enter the workforce and baby boomers beginning to leave it, workplace demographics are changing. To anticipate the shift, companies need to make sure all employees feel valued for their contributions and  encouraged to bring their unique sets of experiences and perspectives to the workplace.

Transmitting Stress Response Patterns Across Generations

From a new study in Biological Psychiatry
Press Release

Philadelphia, PA, November 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Children of survivors of extremely stressful life events face adjustment challenges of their own, as has been most carefully studied among the children of Nazi Death Camp survivors. This “intergenerational” transmission of stress response has been studied predominately from the psychological perspective. However, recent research points to biological contributions as well.

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