Dr. Colleen Batchelder

Dr. Colleen Batchelder

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Leadership Strategist and Diversity and Inclusion Consultant

Dr. Colleen Batchelder approaches generational dissonance through different lenses, including anthropology, theology, sociology and ethnography. She has worked with multiple business leaders to develop corporate environments that resonate and represent the millennial and Generation Z workforce.


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7 Things to Know Before You Manage a Gen Z Team

What are some best practices for managing a Gen Z work team? Learn the who, what, why and how of today's most misunderstood generation.

7 cosas que debe saber antes de administrar un equipo de la Generación Z

¿Cuáles son algunas de las mejores prácticas para administrar un equipo de trabajo de la Generación Z? Aprenda quién, qué, por qué y cómo de la generación más incomprendida de hoy.

Running a Business Is a Lot Like Playing Football

Here are five essential strategies to help you get in the game.

Dirigir un negocio es muy parecido a jugar al fútbol

Aquí hay cinco estrategias esenciales para ayudarlo a ingresar al juego.

The Best Leadership Advice Isn't Fancy. But It Will Get You the Greatest ROI.

Leading effectively isn't about reinventing the wheel. Sometimes simple really is better.

3 Reasons Google Keeps Getting It Right and How You Can Stop Getting It Wrong

Google is so much more than Quidditch tournaments, vegan lasagna nights, and sleeping pods.

3 razones por las que Google sigue haciéndolo bien y cómo puede dejar de hacerlo mal

Google es mucho más que torneos de Quidditch, noches de lasaña vegana y cápsulas para dormir.

2 Minutes of Silence to Start Your Zoom Meeting: Awkward, or Team-Building Silver Bullet?

To create a sense of belonging outside of a building, the key is getting in touch with your inner self, and enabling your employees to do the same.

3 Foolproof Ways to Attract Millennial Customers

Millennials are unlike previous generations. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, especially for entrepreneurs.

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