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Generation Jan 17
"Soft skills are the new currency." But how do you find employees who have them? Read this article OR just hire a Generation grad and problem solved 🤝✨
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Generation Jan 17
"This 'skills shortage' is proving to be a fetter to economic growth and has a serious impact both on workers and wages, business and profits." Indeed. On in the EU:
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Generation Jan 16
An opportunity for more collaboration btw and business - "Many might see this as a major threat to higher education. But it’s also a tremendous opportunity."
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Generation Jan 16
Excited to see our programs ramping up in France!
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Generation Jan 15
“On the day we graduated from Generation, two superintendents of a major bank asked to talk to me about opportunities in the company."
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Generation Jan 14
Kenya continues to have some of the highest in the region despite overall economic growth
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Generation Kenya Dec 31
2019 saw us surpass 18,000 graduates from our Generation Kenya programmes. We also celebrated our 5th year anniversary. Looking forward to an even better 2020 with new graduates, new students, dedicated partners, and incredible teams!
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Generation Jan 10
Kindness (being considerate of others, applying empathy) is actually a key aspect of the social emotional learning tools we incorporate in our mindset and behavior training programs:
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Generation Jan 10
Yes! This is fixable. “Young, able-bodied people lack the skills to compete in the job market, while companies are desperate to find skilled workers.”
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Generation Jan 9
A great read for any young people considering a new career path
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Generation Jan 8
Some good tips for any alumni seeking new opportunities this year!
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Generation Jan 7
This is a great piece, . Underemployment is a massive problem for young people in the US and beyond. Full-time work with benefits and a livable salary is the game changer.
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Generation Jan 6
Some good ones in here.
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Generation Jan 6
Candid Career Advice from 30 Trailblazing Women
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Generation Jan 2
As we consider how to adapt to the , it’s essential that we think inclusively:
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Generation Jan 2
Generation makes a life-changing difference. Check out this short video to find out how:
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Generation Dec 31
Hope that 2020 is an incredible one for all of our alumni around the world. May you continue to grow, thrive, and break barriers.
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Generation Dec 31
We see you, Australia. And we are here.
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Generation Dec 30
As we consider how to adapt to the , it’s essential that we think inclusively:
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Generation Dec 30
Automation and other disruptive technologies will force organizations to offer more learning and development (L&D) trainings
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