The Millennial Myth
Transforming Misunderstanding into Workplace Breakthroughs
A guide to understanding millennials and developing businesses in ways that maximize their potentialBy Crystal Kadakia Read by Julie Eickhoff Business Development / Management & Leadership / Nonfiction / Self-Help`strong> English, Unabridged 4h 47m Sell Sheet
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|4 Audio CDs||Mon May 15 00:00:00 UTC 2017||39.99||29.99||9781520072906||Add to Cart|
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Despite the countless books written on the subject of managing millennials (most often authored by non-millennials), no one has until now diagnosed the real issue of generational differences in the workplace: generations do not define themselves; their environment defines them. The five main traits attributed to millennials-entitled, lazy, disrespectful, needy and disloyal-are misguided assumptions that Kadakia argues are actually positive attributes that every business and industry should internalize. The five "faults" are in fact qualities of the evolved workplace and worker. Millennials are simply reflecting the fast-changing environment around them. Therefore, understanding millennials is not just about managing a generation; it is about seeing the future of business as changing at an exponential rate and making the necessary adjustments to remain vital and competitive.
"Crystal captures the fundamental disconnect between what people think of Millennials, misguided generalizations based on tired stereotypes that have followed every generation, and who they actually are - which is the future leaders of our workforce." - Art Papas, CEO, Bullhorn