In today’s day and age there is a lot of noise, and it is unrelenting. Sometimes that noise bubbles to a decibel that drowns out common sense (the latest election being a case in point); rationale becomes muted, an iPhone alert in a room of grandfather clocks. To make oneself heard, one must be tactical, entering into the noise sideways, capturing attention by virtue of being different.
The moral compass of Generation Z will shape many critical issues, such as equal access to health care and quality education, neighborhood safety and information security. The question that parents, educators, and policymakers should be asking is: How well we are preparing Generation Z for making ethical choices?
There are now over 114,000 groups from all 50 states and in 109 countries signed up to participate in the fourth annual Character Day on September 13th, which is all about the importance of developing our character and living with meaning and purpose.
It’s no secret there is gender inequality in the workplace, and Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain is on a mission to show how and why gender equality “is better for the world.”