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Gen Y idealism will change the way we manage

Students have always been activists. But today’s young people have a louder voice than ever before. This month it is on the streets of Hong Kong that young demonstrators are calling for democracy. They tweet, blog, and evade the Great Firewall of China using apps like Firechat. Elsewhere in the world, young people step onto […]

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Upgrade to coach software

Organisations that offer the CiZone™ career coaching service to their employees or members will benefit from a substantial upgrade released this month. New tools enable users to create and share a career/development plan. They can also use the site to record their Continuing Professional Development (CPD/CPE) and export reports for their institute. New resources include: […]

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Making the most of ageing workforces

At the other end of the age spectrum, our work on Redefining Retirement seems to be gaining ground. The UK government has been testing the benefits of a mid-career check-up for over 50s. Rosemary McLean contributed to a London event this month. So far, only a few employers seem to have seized the opportunity and […]

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Career Systems International (CSI)

Leading US-based career, engagement and retention consultancy CSI has chosen the CiZone™ platform to use with their clients. From early 2015 they will offer the software with their own added content and tools. “We’re excited about this partnership, the next phase of our content integration and our enhanced capabilities” says CEO Patrick Smith. For Ci, […]

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Friendly, ethical, cautious millenials

It is right to be sceptical on ‘generational differences’. Often, they are life-stage differences found in any era. But shifts in attitudes do exist, driven by the economic climate and by technology. This matters: in the US millenials may make up 75% of the workforce by 2025. According to US research companies that want to […]

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