Bridge the Generation-Y Gap

- Survival Tips for working with Generation-Y -

This book, written by Demyan, helps provide context, understanding and some valuable tools on how to work with Generation-Y. The book also offers insight on the foundation of the different value systems. Part of working with people is due to the understanding of one’s own thought processes. Therefore the “How To” section offers specific tools for leaders, managers, teachers and parents that could assist with Self-management, as well as Identifying, Managing, Motivating and Rewarding Generation-Y. The book also provides insight for Human Resources (HR) when interviewing and selecting the appropriate candidates for staff placement and talent development.

You can order the book on-line by clicking on this link

Coaching is defined as the art of facilitating the 

performance, learning and development of others.

My Philosophy of Coaching:

Together, we focus on what you CAN change: your thoughts and your behaviour.

I honour the fact that you are intrinsically creative, resourceful and complete.

People who would typically work with me are :

      people dealing with life transitions - either personal or professional;

  • people who feel 'stuck' and who are battling to introduce change into their lives;

     •  people dealing with relationship issues;

     •  people finding it a challenge to get along with co-workers or family members;

     •  families dealing with challenging issues;

     •  people focussing on professional or career development;

     •  artists dealing with 'creative blocks';

  • teenagers finding it difficult to deal with school/university/college and life or parents;

     •  people dealing with illness or loss;

     •  people making spiritual transitions.

     •  people wanting to do better and not knowing how to go about doing it.

Some benefits of coaching are:

       increasing awareness;

  • adjusting an existing frame of reference;

     •  gaining understanding and insight;

     •  clarifying goals;

     •  identifying potential obstacles;

     •  adding meaning to life and

     •  learning new “tools” which will facilitate doing things differently.

“Every famous athlete, every famous performer, has someone who is a coach. Somebody who can watch what they're doing and say 'Is that what you really meant? Did you really do that thing?'  …give them perspective. The one thing what people are not good at, is seeing themselves as others see them.  A coach really, really helps"  

-  Eric Schmidt, Google CEO  -

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