Culture

Effective Leadership and Millennials

“Millennials can be very hardworking,

but it’s easier to tell the story of the ones who are entitled.”

–Kathryn Minshew

My company is a solutions based coaching and training company. We take leadership lessons and present them in ways that can be applied to business and life in general.  We have all heard the complaints… You wonder how to apply the principles of Effective Leadership to Millennials.

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Your Second Self

I am always going on about the dangers of social media, its power to addict and co-opt lives of its adherents and leave them with a lack of depth in relationships that has seldom been seen in the human experience. Although I still think that can be the case, I have begun to see that there is more than one way to look at it. That other way concerns the creation of a second self.

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Holding Fast in the Modern World: The Value of Yes and No

Over the past few years, we have all heard or been told that we need to say “yes” more often. Now I am not going to sit here and tell you that there is no value to positivity. I have written too much about positivity’s value to make that kind of 180-degree turn. But I will say that there are indeed times when you need to say “no” and say it proudly.

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The Power of Images and Becoming Irrelevant

My father, a man raised in an era of plantation homes and a gentility long lost, a man who somehow managed to get smarter the older I grew. He said on more than one occasion, that the measure of a civilized society was how it sets and maintains standards for decent behavior. Where the line of propriety was drawn exactly, was far less important than that a line be drawn in the first place.

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