Articles by Ladan Nikravan
Millennials Need Stronger Core Skills
The most educated generation is also the most disappointing as far as what managers need from their new employees, especially where their soft skills are concerned.
Millennials: Will Work for Knowledge
A new study finds that learning and development tops Gen Y's list of what it wants from its job.
Understanding What Today’s Millennial Workforce Really Wants
Gen Y demands a flexible culture. Read how one marketing agency is providing it.
Do Millennials’ Weak Skills Threaten America’s Competitiveness?
More education does not mean more skills. Here's why that's a problem for a workforce that's increasingly millennial-driven.
Gen Y Wants to Lead — Are They Ready?
More than two-thirds of your employees want to fill the leadership roles you're struggling to fill. Here's what that means for leadership development.
Gen Y’s Packing Up
Millennials feel that what they value in an organization is different than the priorities of their current workplace, causing many to actively look for a new job this year.
Gen Y: Not So Different After All
Contrary to the headlines about generational differences, new research on learning needs and retention reveals shared views on workplace training and technology across generations.
The State of Today’s College Students
The class of 2015 has more than graduation on the brain. Here's what you should know about the next wave of job seekers.
Youth Employment: Closed for Summer?
It might only be spring break season, but students are thinking about summer employment. Unfortunately, there might not be that many paid opportunities for them to grow their skills.
Give Gen Y a Chance
Millennials need to be moving through the ranks and have the energy and desire to rise to the challenges.
Win Millennial Talent Through Workplace Strategy
Most companies still don't understand their youngest employees. Is your organization one of them?
Generation Gap 2:0: How It Impacts Learning
The differences in work style between millennials and their older counterparts not only affect the way they do their jobs but also how they develop their professional skills.
How Millennials Are Redefining Benefits
Raised in a generation accustomed to convenience, 20-somethings have high expectations for their purchasing experiences — especially when it comes to health benefits.
Mentor Your Millennials
Stop blaming secondary education for the Gen Y skills gap and take charge of the problem with these mentoring techniques.
New Leadership Tactic: Learn from Your Junior Staff
Younger employees know more than the latest music hits and sports scores. Follow their lead to learn tactical skills and develop a big-picture mindset.