The COVID-19 pandemic severely disrupted the travel industry, both leisure and business. But as case counts rapidly decline people are returning to the skies in droves. In fact, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is seeing a spike in travel for spring break. In this episode of The Kentucky Side with Michael Monks, CVG CEO Candace McGraw talks about how the airport continued to grow in spite of the pandemic’s challenges, and also shares how it pivoted quickly to accommodate many travelers to Los Angeles for the Cincinnati Bengals’ appearance in the Super Bowl.
We also talk about intergenerational workplaces. For the first time, there are people from five generations in the workforce – and while phrases like “OK, Boomer” can be funny in certain instances, finding ways to build upon the strengths of different age groups among employees is key to an organization’s success. Miami University Professor of Management and Leadership Megan Gerhardt explains.
Plus, before he was known as the Wizard of Westwood, legendary college basketball coach John Wooden got his first break in coaching at Dayton High School.