Tag Archives: generations

Request for Proposal: Can I be your mentor (and vice versa?)



I’m posting a request for proposal for my next mentorship relationship, not because I’m such a fantastic catch, more because I want more people to engage in these relationships. I’ve enjoyed two awesome mentorship relationships (see: Now Reading: Don’t hand the keys over, collaborate with Gen Y | Ted Eytan, MD and Being a mentor, enjoying » » » » on to the full article

Being a mentor, enjoying colleagues who are millenials. Look at these SMARTER Goals



I used to read about mentorship programs at other organizations with envy. Then I found out that we had a mentorship program at Kaiser Permanente. That was 2 years ago, and now I’ve been engaged in 2 mentorship relationships, each for a year. See my previous one: Walking with Generation Y – From Bricklayers to » » » » on to the full article

Social media adoption across the generations (charts) – 2013 update



View Internet – Social Media – Twitter Adoption – 2013 refresh 10.jpeg full size I am having a conversation with my colleagues in the Kaiser Permanente Colorado (@KPColorado) region in August about communicating in the era of social media, so an update of the latest data of internet and social networking adoption is called for » » » » on to the full article

Now Reading: Don’t hand the keys over, collaborate with Gen Y



On the one hand, this post is way overdue. On the other hand, it’s right on time. Overdue because I was supposed to write a half-way summary of my co-mentorship relationship with Katie Rovere (@katierovere) , who’s on the board of GenKP, the Generation Y Employee Resource Group of Kaiser Permanente. Right on Time because we’re » » » » on to the full article

Walking with Generation Y – From Bricklayers to Cathedral Builders



You can read lots of books and surveys about Generation Y, and/or you can find the people in this generation where you work and listen. I’ve been fascinated by the people in this Generation (born approximately 1978-1980 through 2000-2002) for a really long time. I first got to work with several people in this generation » » » » on to the full article

The changing adoption of social media across the generations (charts) – 2012 update



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My last refresh of this data was almost a year ago (see: “…The changing penetration of social media across the generations (graphs) – 2011 Update | Ted Eytan, MD) when I was getting ready to talk about social media at the Sidney R. Garfield Health Care Innovation Center (@KPGarfield). I’m going back next week…so, data refresh time. » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Networking the soldier – innovation around every corner on #walkingmeetings



View 2011 Innovation in our armed forces 12524 on Flickr.com This photograph is from the Ted archive, however it has not been posted until now. It shows Kaiser Permanente colleague and innovator Alex Lowenthal ( @Alex_inPDX ) being shown new technology at the AUSA Conference, held in Washington, DC, in October, 2011. How did we » » » » on to the full article