Up and coming millennial entrepreneur, business coach and consultant D'Vaughn Bell wrote a guide focused on helping Gen Y leaders and managers. As the CEO of Marqui Management, Bell faces leading and managing employees of different age groups. His strategies are also called upon when other businesses outsource their marketing and consulting services to Bell's agency.
Millennials are often recognized as needy, impatience, and spoiled. Though that may be true for some, it is also true for other generations as well. These common stereotypes prevent those in leadership roles from effectively communicating, leading, and managing millennials in the workplace.
Bell's articles on business, leadership, and management fundamentals are combined with his relevant experience and leadership insights for the modern day Millennial to help leaders develop an inspiring organizational culture and achieve a happy work-life balance.
He uncovers key historical aspects, research, and stories for this practical, informative style guide for leaders at all levels. While specifically focusing on the mindset of millennials and what makes them tick, Millennial Leadership will inspire all those who aspire to lead and manage with greatness.
Using other success businesspeople and executives' examples to highlight his ideas along with studies, surveys, and third-party research, Bell believes leaders from any generation can learn something from his book.
His external perspective on the way a millennial thinks and operates make it an enjoyable read for any age group or leadership style.
For millennials looking to increase their influence, there is information on how millennial can better communicate, relate, and interact with other generations to increase work productivity. Millennial Influence is an excellent book for a light Sunday or lunch break read.
"As the first book in this series, my focus was on providing insight that both millennials and other generations could use, today," says D'Vaughn Bell. He explains how his motivation for the book stems from "not spending a minute in college" and his thirst for entrepreneurship.
"Entrepreneurship grants us more failures than any job ever will. This ideology is why entrepreneurs make for better business coaches and consultants. I want my book to inspire anyone looking to start a business or exceed on the corporate ladder. I may not have the experience of working directly 'for' but have worked directly 'with' many companies of all sizes."
Aside from being the first generation of digital influencers, millennials are tech-savvy, constructive feedback thirsty little machines. Once business leaders and managers can grasp this concept, they can craft dominating workforces of a success-driven generation.
There's a common misconception that millennials are lazy. "We're not lazy, we're just more aware of what is possible and aren't settling for social security, pension, 401K, a wide, dog, and a white picket fence."
Grab your digital copy of Millennial Influence and leverage a proven way to manage, lead, and work with the different generations in the workplace.