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Managing the Millennials

Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today's Workforce
Lu par : David Leslie
Durée : 4 h et 53 min
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A valuable tool for anyone who wants to effectively manage and motivate twenty-something workers.

Many books are being published on how to manage employees of the "millennial" generation, but the solutions offered are anecdotal at best. Backed by years of serious research, Managing the Millennials provides managers of all ages with specific recommendations and tools for engaging this burgeoning demographic-some 78 million strong. Each chapter shares relevant interviews, case studies, and offers research-backed ideas and best practices to help any organization and their leaders address the challenges generational diversity presents. Answering the perplexing question of how does one lead and manage younger employees, this book:

  • Offers research-based guidance on getting the most from twenty-something employees.
  • Answers common questions and outlines practical solutions for building better relationships between the younger workers and the people who manage them.
  • Includes a Special Offer with immediate benefit to readers: access to the authors' Generational Rapport Inventory (GRI), a tool that measures a managers competencies and identifies strengths and weaknesses in dealing with Millennials.
  • Accompanied by an associate web site, leadingthemillennials.com, offering a weekly blog addressing generational diversity issues in the workplace.

Insightful and practical, Managing the Millennials is a valuable tool for millions of managers globally whose job it is to manage and motivate their twenty-something workers.

©2010 Chip Espinoza, Mick Ukleja, and Craig Rusch (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 13/02/2020

Please read Millennial Myth by Chrystal Kadakia

I have so many bullet points after listening to this book, but I’ll be brief otherwise I’ll be rewriting this book with impartial data point. But here is my take.
This book is definitely informative as to the myths that I’ve been hearing about. It’s interesting how an entire generation of people is generalized as expecting a things to be given to them. This book must have been written by a narrow minded individual without looking at the facts. And let me just say that it appears the writer didn’t realized that, Globalization happened which is something previous generations hadn’t experience. The fact that you are competing with people that are not in your own country for the same jobs. Let me just say that the Y2K and Great Recession and unaffordable colleges have affected millennials from being able to afford buying a house and may I remind you that previous generations do not hand out jobs without college degrees which is why our generation is the most educated by far.
This book is full of misconceptions and if you are an Excevutibe trying to understand millennials you are not on the right path here. The fact that millennials get the job done fast, or ask questions and/or question authority is not expecting things to be handed to them, is being smart and challenging the status quo.
This generation is forced to have both working parents in order to provide the type of life style the previous generation had with just a single working parent. Women are more involved in the workforce an yes, this is a more diverse work environment and is not just the pale old man driving. It turns out that women are dam smart and able to balance work and family life and doing it it well. I could go on, but I’ll stop here. Hope this is helpful.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 01/10/2018

good book

the beginning started negative it gave some good insight. I hav shared this with all my managers

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  • Matthew Todd
  • 06/02/2018

Good to know

some solid evaluation tools and concepts, research supporting and unpacking the many variants we have been exposed to regarding millennials

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  • KCutler
  • 21/05/2016

Limited perspective

I feel I purchased this book under false pretenses. I was expecting a management tool, utilizing objective research to support my working with a young employee base. Instead, a Christian slanted manual on how to get young people to think a certain way. I thought this book was quite an insult to the millennials!

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  • Jose Obispo
  • 02/12/2015

Now I understand the Millennials!

Great overview of the Millennials - how to work with them and, as a leader, how to motivate them!