Since 2016, Candace has been a Research Fellow at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, an appointed role. She uses her unique background as a communications executive, researcher and author to provide practical career insights on the future of the multigenerational workplace. She has been featured on Forbes, CNBC, CBS, and Today.com and named as one of the Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America by Savoy Magazine.
Candace earned her Doctor of Management at Case Western Reserve University, her MBA from Johns Hopkins University, and her BA from the University of Michigan. She also holds an Accreditation in Public Relations.
7:54 - How younger generations are changing the workplace
10:04 - What Millennials value more than work-life balance
14:45 - Generational differences in interpersonal communication
16:21 - Attitudes toward remote work and the different priorities around returning to offices
21:31 - The keys to retaining top talent from younger generations
22:40 - Shifting expectations around rewards, recognition and demonstrated mastery
32:10 - Developing a winning mindset, no matter your background, that can help you and your organization win