Proven Strategies to Develop Your Next-Gen Leader
by Danita Bye
Pub Date 15 Dec 2017
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Turn Millennials into Your Biggest Asset.
Successful business leaders see their experienced leaders retiring soon. Panic strikes when they see how few millennials have the leadership and sale acumen to fuel their business growth or transition.
Danita Bye is a business leader who loves millennials and believes they could be the new “greatest generation.” Join her passionate journey and discover how to help young leaders get leadership traction.
Learn how to:
Millennials Matter will provide you with coaching inspiration and practical action steps to harness the strengths of your millennial leaders so they become one of your biggest business assets and a testimony to your leadership legacy.
Millenials Matter is packed with tips for connecting with, mentoring, and developing the leaders of the future. I know from experience that for seasoned leaders, there is no greater joy than mentoring a first-time manager. Why? Because mentor and mentee learn so much from each other in the process! Danita Bye has written a fabulous guidebook for leaders in every generation. Read it and make a connection!
—Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and Lead Like Jesus Revisited
Timely and on point, Millennials Matter is filled with truths you and your team can act on to make a difference in your future and our future. Inspiring, relevant, and actionable, this book is a toolbox to build trust and influence, and impact our current and future leaders. We need to do this now!
—David Horsager, Trust Edge Leadership Institute
Danita Bye’s passion to see the next generation realize their God-given potential comes through in Millennials Matter. This timely and engaging book equips leaders to better understand and effectively invest in millennials. It should be on the reading list of every CEO, supervisor, teacher, pastor, coach, counselor, parent, and more.
—Hal Donaldson, President, Convoy of Hope; Author, Your Next 24 Hours: One Day of Kindness Can Change Everything
Millennials Matter is a must read for anyone interested in preparing new leaders to meet the challenges of the future. Danita Bye leads us through the steps to help develop values-based differentia in emerging adults and gives us the tools to discover the potential in others to lead. Reading this book will compel you to evaluate your responsibility to transfer your leadership attributes to those who follow.
—Ed Schafer, Governor of North Dakota (1992–2000); US Secretary of Agriculture (2008)
The future favors those leaders who effectively engage upcoming generations. Leaders leverage change for strategic advantage! Millennial Matters is a timely, provocative resource to help any manager play offense in this high potential generational transition. God has seeded this generation with eternal potential. Will you unleash it?
—Mike Sharrow, President & CEO, The C12 Group, LLC
In Millennials Matter, Danita Bye has identified the importance of equipping the millennial generation to succeed owners transitioning out of their businesses. In this historically largest ever transfer of generational wealth, Danita’s focus is to mentor, coach, and mobilize the millennial generation to lead companies to even greater levels, while at the same time preserving the legacy of the business owner.
—Rob Gales, Managing Director, VERCOR
Millennials Matter is a practical culmination of Danita Bye’s life and leadership journey both professionally and personally as she has purposed to be a student of millennials stepping into the workforce as young professionals. You’ll enjoy Danita’s well written and researched book as a practical tool for navigating the perils of successfully onboarding millennials into your enterprise.
—Pete Henschel, Cru, National Field Director; Executive Director, Executive and Entrepreneurial Leadership Forum; Executive Director, Global Leadership Forum
While reading Danita’s book, I found myself frequently introspecting and reminiscing. How am I a typical millennial? How can I overcome my millennial weaknesses? How can I leverage my millennial strengths? Millennial Matters helped me realize obvious mistakes I had made while managing millennials and bolstered my ability to lead my peers and more importantly, myself.
—Cooper Buss, millennial Entrepreneur, Life Acoustics; Director of Customer Success-Digital Marketing; ResortsAndLodges.com