Leadership: How to Lead and Influence Millennials in the Workplace

| August 24, 2016


Times Have Changed

The workforce of today consists of the Millennials, colloquially referred to as Generation Y refers to the generation born between 1980 and 2000, or according to some sources, born between 1976 and 2001. This generation comprises of about 80 million people who are planning to either join or have already joined the US workforce. In 2014, around 36 percent of the workforce in the US consisted of individuals in the Generation Y categorization. Further, statistics indicate that by 2020, a staggering 46 percent of the US workforce will comprise of this generation. Given these statistics, it is imperative for managers today to adjust their way of thinking and leadership style in order to maximize the effectiveness their ability to lead and influence this newer generation of Millennial workers.

This book is a management guide for baby boomers and generation X managers managing the Millennials. The guide provides detailed insight into how to lead the Millennials so the older generations can manage them successfully and use their potential and talent to benefit the organizations.

This book contains proven steps and strategies in which you will learn how to:

  • Recognize the characteristics and traits of Millennial employees
  • Connect with and influence Millennial workers
  • Develop and grow your Millennial workforce
  • Capitalize on their love of technology and social media to benefit your organization

With this detailed insight older generation managers can apply these proven and effective leader skills to manage the Millennials and use their potential and talent to better the productivity and synergy for your workplace.

Download your copy today for a limited time discount of only $0.99!


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