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Midge Streeter

Midge, a Talent Management Consultant, has more than 15 years of corporate, entrepreneurial and career coaching experience. In her role at Sequent, Midge focuses on mid-market companies, offering thought leadership and consulting services in the areas of Change Management, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Performance Management, Staff Development, Succession Planning, Compensation Analysis and Employee Engagement.

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Baby Boomer Brain Drain: Passing the Torch to the Millennials

Posted by Midge Streeter on February 16, 2017

75% OF MILLENNIALS WANT A MENTOR

65% OF BABY BOMMERS SAY THAT MILLENNIALS HAVE SOUGHT THEM OUT FOR GUIDANCE

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Topics: Leadership Development

Is your organization's leadership pipeline filled with "The Right Stuff"?

Posted by Midge Streeter on February 2, 2017

Of course the next question is…….What is the right stuff? Each company has its own standards for right stuff. In the talent development profession we refer to the right stuff as competencies. From the development of core competencies the leadership development process can become messy, costly and ineffective. Having the right stuff is even more critical now that baby boomer leaders are retiring at the rate of one every four seconds! This means it is critical to identify the right stuff in the high potential next gens: millennials.

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Topics: Leadership Development

Part III: Boomers and Millennials Have More in Common Than We Want to Admit

Posted by Midge Streeter on July 28, 2016

What does a leader do? How do you define the role? This is where we see Millennials and Boomers start to differ. Boomers’ careers evolved by climbing the corporate ladder, achieving success by navigating the org chart, defining being a leader by the number of direct reports and the size of the budget one was responsible for. Millennials believe being a leader is about developing meaningful relationships, networking, developing others, regardless of titles, and respecting diversity in the workforce. Collaborating to reach business goals and working in an inclusive environment provides purpose for Millennials.

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Part II: Boomers and Millennials Have More in Common Than We Want to Admit

Posted by Midge Streeter on July 14, 2016

In my first blog, Part 1 of this series, I discussed the commonality of the short term thinking early in the careers of both the Baby Boomer Generation and Millennials. In the second part of the series, I focus on what both generations look for in their work cultures.

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Boomers and Millennials Have More in Common Than We Want to Admit

Posted by Midge Streeter on July 7, 2016

Boomers, didn’t you think at the age of twenty something you were indestructible while drag racing your 57 Chevy alongside your best friends? Hopefully the worst case scenario would be that you blew an engine or dropped the transmission. One or the other could be replaced by the following weekend. Millennials share the same short term thinking when it comes to participating in wellness programs. Medical care in general is not a priority for millennials which presents multiple challenges for employers.

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