“The Internet Makes You Think You Are Smarter Than You Really Are," is the title of an article recently published by Harvard Business Review. It encapsulates the concern many business leaders have of Millennials being over-confident.
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During a recent conversation with Cathy Paper, the publicist of Millennials Matter, we discussed my motivation for the three main categories of my new book.Here’s a short summary of why I decided to write about Character, Confidence and Collaboration. It might provide deeper insight into the WHY of your mentoring and coaching work with your millennial sales leader.What is your strategy to develop these qualities in your millennial leader?
"Help your up-and-coming leader to form solid character, build authentic confidence and value synergistic collaboration." - Danita Bye
“Imagine if every moment of our workday was filled with stuff we love to do, where we’re super jazzed, always operating in our sweet spot? We could claim ultra-productive, never-stressful days! How can I be jazzed 24/7?”These words came from one of the young up-and-coming entrepreneurs during a discussion on leveraging our strengths to grow our businesses. We all laughed, and nodded in agreement. However, we all know this is not always possible.How are you coaching your leadership team to pay attention to what jazzes them?
“When your Millennial team stays in a place of high energy all day, they become impactful leaders.” – Danita Bye