Business News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. 14 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News More Cool Stuff Make a comment On May 17, 2013, Phlunteâ€™ Riddle, the first African American woman to be promoted to lieutenant in the Pasadena Police Department, spoke at the University Club of Pasadena about her new career emphasis with Effective Consultants. Retiring after 28+ years of service, Phlunteâ€™ Riddle has become a business consultant with a pioneering focus on changes in the dynamics of the new 21st century work environment. The key to such changes are the necessary shifts in the leadership approaches of Baby Boomers as they encounter the Millennials in the workplace. The question that Phlunteâ€™ Riddle illuminated in her talk is â€œHow are these two generations going to co-exist?â€ and what can they ultimately learn from one another.As the head of the University Club membership committee, James Harwood of Total HR Management helps to bring engaging speakers to club luncheons. Phlunteâ€™ Riddle is a perfect example of one such speaker. Based in her relationship with her own children, Phlunteâ€™ Riddle has expanded her personal experience with the Millennials in the workplace. Optimistic, educated and open-minded, the members of the Millennial generation are hot commodities on account of their technical savvy and skills. As Phlunteâ€™ Riddle explained, â€œThey sleep with their cell phones by their side, love technology, and instantly respond to emails and text messages.â€Rather than being intimidated by such a tech-focused generation, the Baby Boomers should be aware of the Millennial generationâ€™s â€œknow thyselfâ€ emotional intelligence and apply it to the workplace. If these two disparate generations are going to the bridge the latest generation gap and work together productively, effective communication must be the number one priority. Taking it one step further, Phlunteâ€™ Riddle outlined the leadership style preferences that Baby Boomer managers need to keep in mind when relating to Millennials in the workplace:The Leadership Style Preferences Of Millennials In The Workplace:1. Self-Awareness2. Self-Management3. Empathy4. Relationship ManagementUltimately, questions of technology and aptitude are not as important as recognizing each otherâ€™s basic human qualities. People matter and business never can and never should be just about widgets and statistics. With high expectations of themselves and their employers, Millennials are goal-oriented with a sense of immediate responsibility and the same go-for-it ambitions of the Baby Boomers. If Baby Boomer managers tap into these positive qualities, Millennials will help transform the workplace for the better, improving the quality of what is produced through a combination of technical savvy and a positive forthrightness.As a leader in human resources outsourcing and a professional employer organization (PEO), Total HR Management appreciates the workplace analysis provided by Phlunteâ€™ Riddle in her talk at the University Club in Pasadena. Without question, the greatest human resource for any company are their employees. As a result, effective relationships between Millennials and their Baby Boomer managers are essential. After all, a happy employee means a productive employee who is working for the greater good of the company. By bridging the generation gap between Baby Boomers and Millennials, the positive qualities of both generations can be employed in tandem to optimize the workplace and help take a company to the next level of excellence. 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The storm we have been watching all week will not amount to much in strength, but will still make for an unpleasant weekend. Low pressure system will slide to our south and move off the coast later today. The storm is forecast to remain further east and weaker. Expect occasional rain to move in this afternoon which can mix or even change to snow at times into the evening.Heaviest precipitation will occur this evening over Ocean City. Rain could mix or even change to snow during that time. Roadways will remain wet.As the storm develops offshore more occasional rain/mix is expected on Sunday. If storm is close enough, precipitation could change to all snow late Sunday as the storm moves away and colder air wraps back into the area. Overall accumulations, if any, will be light and mainly on cars and grassy surfaces as temperatures will remain in the upper 30s.By Harry Holmes
Indonesian tennis player Priska Madelyn Nugroho and Alexandra Eala of the Philippines have won the Australian Open Junior Championship trophy in the women’s doubles category. The final match was held at the 13th court of Melbourne Park on Friday where the pair defeated Ziva Falkner of Slovenia and Matilda Muvtadzic of Britain in two straight sets, 6-1, 6-2.The fourth seeded Priska/Alexandra pair did not let any chance slip by and managed to orchestrate the entire match right from the start. They swept the first five games and closed the first set 6-1.The Falkner/Muvtadzic pair managed to snatch two games in the second set as it seemed they didn’t want to let Priska and Alexandra breath after winning the first game of the second set. But then Priska and Alexandra bounced back and were able to lead the whole affair, sealing the second set 6-2.Priska has followed the winning trail that Angelique Widjaja blazed 18 years ago. Angelique, partnered with Gisela Dulko of Argentina, defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova of Russia and Matea Mezak of Ukraine 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.Topics :
Mike Pence is visiting Orlando today, and he may bring good news for the tourism industry. The vice president is scheduled to meet with the governor and tourism officials to discuss possibly reopening some attractions. Pence will also visit a nursing home and deliver some personal protection equipment.Air Force Two is set to land at Orlando International Airport at 11:25 this morning, Eastern time.