Managing Millennials

Sprinting and marathon running are at opposite ends of the athletic spectrum. One lasts a matter of seconds and the other goes on for hours. Therefore, it’s only natural that coaches will have different training methods for these athletes. Sprinters must get off to a good start to remain competitive in a race. They spend hours practicing a quick reaction to the starting gun. Conversely, marathon runners must leave energy for the end of the race or run the risk of not finishing.

Both Bob Klein, my first sales manager at Xerox (pictured above at our Millennials Matter kick-off event in Minneapolis)and Janie Jasin, my speaking coach, are masters of the Invitation / Challenge Framework. As you become more familiar with this coaching and leading matrix, I believe you'll find it to be a transformative model that will work for you, and your next-gen leader, regardless of where they are in their growth curve. Let's find out more.

“The world is undergoing a rapid shift, and millions of young adults struggle to find their footing. Amid this cultural chaos, next-gen leaders need the benefit of what we know. They need our wisdom and insights. This message is for all of us who are builders of companies and leaders of people.” This Millennials Matter prophetic call is increasingly relevant. And, your commitment in spreading the message is growing in global impact. Here’s a sampling of your great contributions...