Posts Tagged ‘Millennials’

Developing Women for Leadership By Dr. Halee Gray Scott

The Intentional Development of Millennial Women for Leadership In the 21st century, we are inclined to think that there are no unknown territories, no frontiers left uncharted for women. Yet, when Christian nonprofit organizations seek to equip millennial women for leadership, they are embarking, like Lewis and Clark, on a journey into terra incognita. The…

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How to Engage Millennials By Paul Sohn

How to Engage Milliennials This week, Paul Sohn is speaking at The Outcomes Conference 2018. This week he is helping leaders understand, “How to Engage Millennials in the Workplace.” Paul is the founder of QARA where he guides emerging adults to discover their God-given calling. Paul is a best-selling author of Quarter-Life Calling: Pursuing Your…

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Engaging Volunteers By Ashley Hurley

 Engaging Volunteers: How we’re innovating to serve nonprofits By Ashley Hurley ~ I was working as a young professional in the oil and gas industry. I managed teams, strategized and implemented plans to achieve tough targets. I realized I wanted to use this expertise to assist the nonprofits. I kept asking questions and discovered that…

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How To Coach Next Gen by Roy and Margaret Fitzwater

By Roy and Margaret Fitzwater As millennials move into leadership roles, turnover rates may be even higher and more costly so it is  important to understand how to coach next gen leaders. Cheryl Conner writes in Forbes that the cost of unproductive time and a sense of entitlement are particular challenges among millennials, who reportedly…

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More Ways to Mobilize the Millennials by David Kinnaman

By David Kinnaman Born between 1984 and 2002, Millennials, while part of our broader North American culture, also share within their generational cohort a unique set of values, assumptions and allegiances that are different from and, in many ways, profoundly disruptive to existing worldviews. This has had — and will continue to have — significant…

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A Force Most Non-profit Leaders Can No Longer Ignore

The Millennials by Atul Tandon Most Millennials may not have a lifetime of earnings to start a foundation or simply give away. But many of them engage with non-profits, and likely will have the potential to be loyal donors in years ahead. Last year, TIME magazine called Millennials the “Me, Me, Me” generation, but numbers…

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