Millennials aren’t perfect. None of us are, particularly when we were their age (how soon we forget). Speaking of age, did you get the memo? It turns out that the human brain isn’t fully developed until about age 25, when I think about it that explains a lot (including
Complaints are everywhere about how difficult it is to incorporate millennials (considered to be adults between the ages of 18-34) into the workforce. Of course, it’s nothing new. Every generation complains about how spoiled and entitled the newer generations act.
Millennials Create a Tipping Point
There’s good news though.
Reaching $1 billion in sales is a major feat for aspiring companies. It’s a roller coaster ride of ups and downs. Navigating that journey takes a cohesive team. It means everyone in the organization, especially its leaders, must constantly raise their skill and performance levels. The easiest way to
Leadership success is tied to one essential skill – being able to effectively work through others. A type of synergy can be created when people work to their combined strengths to produce more than the sum of their individual output. But it takes great courage and confidence to put