The ultimate handbook to managing a millennial workforce
August 3, 2018
The millennial workforce has different goals and objectives than previous generations and possesses a unique perspective that is unlike any other employee group. Nevertheless, instead of incorporating a management style that is conducive to getting the best out of millennials, business leaders incorrectly attempt to manage this subset of the workforce the same way they manage employees from previous generations. This must change!
Archaic methods of management do not deliver success with a new breed of employee. Instead, the outdated model leaves millennials uninspired and lacking the desire to produce results. To get the best out of millennials, it is imperative for leaders to modify their current management style. With over 55 million millennials working in the United States, the largest demographic in the workplace, it is critical that they are managed effectively if companies are going to succeed. Managing Millennials: The Ultimate Handbook for Productivity, Profitability, and Professionalism delivers a profound understanding of what motivates millennials, generates increased awareness of the different ideologies and preferences each generation in the workplace values, and most importantly, provides specific actions you can use to understand and motivate millennials and transform your organization.
ISBN: 9781138483422; 160 Pages; £18.39;
August 16, 2018
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About the Author:
Kevin E. Phillips is a 2017 Top 40 Under 40 Military Honoree, MBA graduate of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, advisor at CVS Health, United States Air Force Veteran, Center for Positive Organizations Fellow, project management professional, and independent consultant for entrepreneurs. For the past 15 years, he has worked in various business industries and organizations serving as a conduit between managers and Millennials, and knows exactly what it takes to increase motivation, unleash talent, and transform potential into productivity. This enables leaders to get to the root of problems quicker and discover solutions more efficiently, leading to better business results.