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Kristy Bourgeois, Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard in St. Louis, Missouri

As you may recall, in my column last month I discussed characteristics of Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and millennials in the legal profession. The values, work preferences and communication styles of these generations can differ greatly, and create gaps, or worse, dysfunctional relationships between the generations. In turn, this creates serious, possibly career-altering obstacles for millennials, who are working to “build a personal brand,” specifically with their department or firm leadership.

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