Month: April 2014

Controversial? A Millennial’s Take on Politics and Religion

I am a GenY, aka Millennial. Born in 1987. Completed college at 21. Moved across country (twice). Been unemployed (twice). Debt? How about an emphatic YES. Unprepared for today’s challenges? No doubt. More than any other generation, Millennials seem to be a burden to work with. I consistently hear about how people can help “deal” …

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VPI Strategies Announces Comprehensive Talent Management Services

Talent Management Services – How it all began In 2008 Sherri Petro, President of VPI Strategies, and Miki Jo Resto, leader of Conduit Careers, Inc., began partnering to create deeper and more comprehensive solutions for clients by combining each firm’s consulting specialties. At that time, VPI was focused on Executive and General Management strategic consulting. Conduit …

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“Make for yourself a Mentor”: How Millennials should approach a Baby Boomer Mentor

GUEST POST BY: Ilana Herring  “March Mentoring Madness” Blog Series Continues Another Month! Last month I had coffee with a friend of mine. A smart, talented 29-year-old ambitious attorney. He expressed frustration. He wants to move up in his profession. Despite being employed at a New York law firm, he needs to move out in …

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Southwest Airlines: A Lesson in Mentoring and Mergers

GUEST POST BY: Terry Cunningham “March Mentoring Madness” Blog Series Continues Another Month! When I first started doing fundraising and grant writing in the 80’s, someone suggested that I talk to Father Joe Carroll of St. Vincent d’ Paul’s. That was an invaluable meeting.  He told me to always look for opportunities to not only raise …

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