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More hype has been piled on Generation Y, or better known as Millennials. We are building layers to insulate rather than removing layers to engage. This needs to be our call-to-action. Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silent Generation alike but between two generations. We need to cross the gap and lead anew!
We are entering the time of commencement speeches. Some may go viral while others will evaporate as soon as the words are spoken. It is an important time,
What might a millennial leader tell an audience of Gen X and Boomer leaders? This commencement address to older leaders may be the way.
Jon Mertz shares thoughts on Kindness and Leadership and how Millennials are exemplifying both.
Kindness needs to be embraced as a leadership principle. It is not about being weak. It is about strength in empathy and in civility. Millennial leaders get this, and we need to learn from them.
"In this special series, we’ll take a brief look at various different fearless inspirations from the past week or so. Whether it’s a fearless young changemaker who is taking risks, a new publication that expresses bold and innovative ideas, or an organization that is promoting change and that is not afraid to fail forward—we want to shine a spotlight on them and their work in the hope that it will spark a new movement to Be Fearless...."
#1: Be Assertive, not Aggressive
#2: Focus on the Small Stuff
#4: Give Yourself Permission to Make Mistakes
#5: Take Yourself Out of the Equation
Click on article to gain more insights on each of the 5 tips to get what you want.