The Agenda with Steve Paikin- TVO

​Millennials At Work

A positive communication strategy with employees, understanding your employee base and allowing your employee base to be empowered are just a few of the topics discussed in my panel discussion.


Who will millennials vote for in the American election?

How millennials approach the political process and the spread of opinions across to voting population.

Emotional intelligence in millennials
A podcast series with Linda Marshall of Marshall Connects featuring myself as we discuss generational differences in the workforce.

How companies can save millions through millennial engagement
A lack of engagement at work from employees can cost an employer lots of money in turnover. A management culture of involvement and inclusivity can result in higher gains for any corporation.

How businesses have leveraged Pokemon Go for millennials
How Pokemon GO has transformed the way services are delivered to consumer clients.

Research and articles


The economic impact of company culture 

​Between recruitment costs and cost of engagement at work (or lack thereof), I break down the economic ripple effects of how a company culture is built.   

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Why do millennials quit? 

An analysis of some of the factors that dictate the internal movement of the workforce.


Millennials and Brexit  

How the Brexit vote played out according to different demographics.



Hackathons And Competitions: How Companies Are Integrating With Millennials To Attract Talent

​With so many graduates entering the workforce each year, companies have a hard time sorting through as many candidates as are available. I discuss how a proactive recruitment strategy is critical in making the right opportunities visible to the right candidates with specific reference to hackathons in the recruitment for students in the tech industry.   

How millennials changed communication forever 
A look at the different methods of communication available to millennials and the connectivity is has made them come to expect in the workforce.



How Millennials Can Stand Out At Long-Established Companies

​As I discuss in the article, millennials have a broad range of tools to find companies they would want to work for. With access to more tools than ever to acquire information, millennials have the ability to create a personal brand to make themselves as visible as possible to their personal stakeholders, in some cases, their own managers.  

How companies can use Pokemon GO to engage millennials 

How the popular virtually reality game can be seen as a blueprint for people management in the workplace.


Do culture and geographic location dictate business success?

Different cultures can have different viewpoints on business and economics. A look at how the workforce separates different business approaches into categories and where in the world they can be most commonly found.  

Millennials misrepresented in the Brexit vote: analysis
A look at the Brexit vote and the different viewpoints of different areas of the voting population.


How personal branding is replacing resumes and cover letters

​Personal branding allows millennials a way to differentiate themselves by marketing their skills online to become visible to and connect with the best companies.



Entrepreneurialism and CSR in Africa

A look at some of the unique business initiatives coming out a truly unique part of the world.