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Collaboration, Leadership, Employee Engagement, Teams, Talent Development, Meetings, Facilitation

Interaction Associates Blog

Our blog is filled with actionable insights on collaboration as well as practical approaches to implement these insights within organizations.

Beth O'Neill

During Beth's 22-year tenure with IA, she has served clients in the high-tech, healthcare, financial services, pharmaceuticals, biotech, and manufacturing industries, among others. She serves on IA's Board of Directors. A Connecticut native, Beth holds a bachelor's degree from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and The Whitman School of Management. She also holds a master's degree from the University of Hartford's School of Communication. Beth is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation. Beth contributed to this article in CLO Magazine, January 2011, and wrote this article on virtual teams in Training Magazine. Read a Wall Street Journal feature article about Beth's team leadership.

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Collaboration | Millennials

My whip-smart niece visited me last month. She’s about a year into her first real job and I was curious about her take on the well-documented divide between millennials and other generations. As an organizational development consultant, I thought I possessed some insight into this complex dynamic. I‘d read several articles, watched a popular Simon Sinek interview on millennial workers, and had my own first-hand experience.  What she said, however, surprised me. 

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Collaboration | Millennials

On a flight home from a recent client engagement, I overheard a conversation between two Millennials sitting in the row behind mine. They were bemoaning how long it takes to advance at their company.