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The Millennials: Learn Them or You Lose

12 January, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
Much has been written – in praise and, conversely, with skepticism – about the surging new force in the workplace. The Millennials, also known as Generation Y, those who were born between 1980 and the early 2000s, are a much discussed and cussed age cohort. In short, “they don’t get it”, “self obsessed”, “techno smart” […] Read more»

Intimacy In 140 Characters…Or Less

3 April, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Relationships are different today.  Technology and connectivity have combined to change the way couples, friends, groups and even strangers interact with one another.  This digital connectivity, which is enthusiastically embraced by millions of Millennials and Generation Xers, is gaining support even among some Baby Boomers.  It gives us virtually unlimited convenience of access, speed, and […] Read more»

Millennials and the Mess We Left Behind

15 February, 2011 Posted by John G. Self
I have just finalized my lecture on leadership and career management for the Health Management and Policy graduate students at the University of Michigan School Of Public Health in Ann Arbor. I enjoy speaking to students because it allows me a chance to stay connected with emerging trends and a robust source for new ideas. In other words, I learn as much from them as, hopefully, they learn from me. Read more»