Leadership Lessons for The Millennial Generation
A special breed of individuals are leading a cultural shift to represent a full 75 percent of the U.S. workforce by the year 2025 thus changing the face of leadership. They are millennials who are more ambitious to see cultural change than to gain personal wealth and advancement. They are millennials with a distinctly original quality that debunks the labels of slacker or narcissist. They are creative, innovative, enterprising, influential, bold, unapologetic, and ready to solve the world’s problems. They are called the original millennials. Discover six defining areas of leadership that original millennials must master in business and community.
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- What challenges do millennials face in the current generational shift of leadership?
- How can millennials bridge the gaps between cultural change and social entrepreneurship? Service and problem solving? Profit and purpose?
- What key areas of leadership should millennials master in order to be change agents for the future ahead?
- Aerial Ellis, Self
Aerial Ellis, Author/Consultant/Professor, self