Many business leaders are concerned about the gap they see in the character, emotional maturity, interpersonal skills, and communication competencies in next-gen leaders. Some are asking, “How might higher education contribute in closing the gap?”
From the back corner of the room, I saw my dad talking with him, and said to myself, "If my dad is there, I need to be there also!" Then, I weaved my way to the front. I knew that I needed to be there.
This was my first thought when I saw my dad in conversation with President Trump.
Jim Brangenberg recently interviewed me to learn more about my leadership guidebook, Millennials Matter. One of the questions he asked me was, “Danita, what is it that you want the world to know?
“I want the world to know that this task, mentoring the next generation of leaders, is a test of our generation.”
Are you seeing Millennial leaders step up to take up leadership roles in our business, church, community and non-profit organizations?
In 2017 I hope to periodically give you a resource recommendation. Here’s the first one for the year: it’s a book written by Brandon Schaefer, Build a Better Life. I first met Brandon at a Faith at Work conference for Business Owners and Business Leaders....
In the midst of my Masters in Transformational Leadership at Bethel University, I attend a National Speaker Association Conference in Orlando, Florida. As I’m taking the shuttle from the airport to the convention center, I strike up a conversation with my seat mate, Dr. Kent...