Millennial Leadership

During leadership development podcasts on Millennial motivation, we often talk about mental health. According to this article, 34% of workers say their mental health is declining.
In Millennials Matter: Proven Strategies for Building Your Next Gen Leader, I devote 20% of this how-to leadership resource to this topic. I call it -  Practice Proactive Self-Care.  It's a personal initiative that prioritizes internal well-being. When doing this, both character and influence grow. Chapter titles include: 

This is our financial advisors' report: "The most recent earning season saw a dramatic development and a heightened focus on artificial intelligence, with 110 companies from the S&P 500 mentioning AI on conference calls. This was a 41% increase from the prior quarter. The excitement over AI centers on its potential economic opportunities. One investment bank says that AI may boost productivity by 1.5% annually for the next 10 years. This sounds promising, doesn't it?

In a leadership development context, we often talk about how vital it is to create connection, community, and collaboration in high-growth culture. Rarely do we talk about the opposite - loneliness. Yet, loneliness, driven by a highly mobile society that is addicted to our iPhones and social media likes, takes a huge toll on a person's vitality and creativity.