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Leading The Next Generation of Talent

Leading The Next Generation of Talent

Our next generation of talent is technologically savvy, likes informality, embraces diversity, learns quickly, yet needs supervision. Their learned behavior and attitude patterns are relatively different compared to previous generations. Can traditional leadership approaches and behaviors be adopted to lead this next generation of talent, or will new approaches have to be mastered to best adhere to their skill sets and way of learning? What should change in order to harness this new generation’s tremendous potential?

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Philip Stevens

Philip Stevens, EVP and CIO, Army and Air Force Exchange Service

Philip Stevens EVP and CIO, Army and Air Force Exchange Service Philip Stevens Philip Stevens is an Executive Vice President & the Chief Information Officer for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (Exchange). In this capacity, ... More   View all posts
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Teri Pennington, Deputy CIO, City of Austin, TX

Teri Pennington Deputy CIO, City of Austin, TX Ms. Teri Pennington serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) for the City of Austin, Communications and Technology Management department, (CTM). Ms. Pennington leads the Dep... More   View all posts
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