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Managing Peers and Older Generations

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Part of being a manager is inevitably managing people that make you feel uncomfortable or vice versa. One example of this might be having to manage people who are significantly older than you are. Another challenge might be managing peers, close friends, or the co-workers you used to grab […]

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Building Your Personal Brand

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Millennials are the first generation of people who have had a personal brand and online reputation to manage ┬ásince practically day one. Many of us are natural self-marketers, but there’s always more to learn. Creating and maintaining an intentional personal brand is the focus of this post, the fourth […]

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Millennials: Generational Differences

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Remember Lindsey Pollak, the Sophomore Symposium keynote speaker on leadership for Millennials back in 2014? If you don’t remember her or didn’t even come to Champlain yet, Pollak is a leading expert on the Millennial generation, and she’s worked as an official ambassador for LinkedIn. At the conclusion of […]

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