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EQ Leadership -Millennials also known as “Gen Y” were born between 1982 and 2000 (Howe and Strauss (2000). Millennials comprise approx.79 million of the Nation’s total population). (Com Score). Millennial workers are regarded as optimistic, educated, having a collaborative ability, and open-mindedness. Millennials are more racially and culturally tolerant than past generations. They have experienced both politically and socially tumultuous periods, with a constant bombardment from media outlets. Most sleep with their cell phones, instantly response to e-mail, instant messaging, rely on overnight mail, digital cameras and microwave ovens.
Millennial top career concerns involve balancing family and work demands, even above job security and earning a competitive salary (Ennis, 2006)
My name is Phlunte' Riddle a public speaker and author and owner of Phlunte' Riddle & Associates who specializes in organizational management and board of director development with an emphasis in Emotional Intelligence Leadership.
In 2012, I retired as a lieutenant from the Pasadena Police Department after 29 years of service. I’m currently a Psychology doctoral student at Phillips Graduate Institute. My BS degree is in public administration and a MA in organizational leadership.
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As a Hip Hop artist, Mr. Jonez is an authentic talent dedicated to excelling in the MC craft. When you listen to his music, the first thing you’ll notice is that his verses are imaginative, compelling, and cinematic, more like mini movies that immediately captivate and hold your attention. He has been rapping since age 11 when his cousin introduced him to the art of storytelling. Raised with two brothers by his mother, Mr. Jonez grew up in Georgetown, OH. Wanting to impact an audience much larger than his small, Midwestern hometown, Mr. Jonez found prominence in nightclubs throughout Cincinnati. Some proud pacesetting moments in his budding rap career include an appearance at Cincinnati’s Legacy Lounge in support of victims of Hurricane Katrina, and a private party for NBA player, Brian Grant. Offstage, Mr. Jonez ignited the airwaves of WIZF 101.1 FM’s highly rated program, Spit-Fire Friday’s Freestyle. A red-hot remix of “Compromise” featured Raphael Saadiq and became such a popular request on 101.1 FM that Mr. Jonez was named Artist of the Week on DJ Big Greg’s Buckie Naked Style Show during July 2007.
This week entreprenuer and Army wife Mrs. LuSundra Gass Everett, stops by to share with us how she was able to transition from corporate life to self employment. This show is a must for those who have always wanted to own their own business, but do not know where to start. LuSundra, will talk about the particular business she is involved in and give you details on how you can also get started.