The Future of Leadership: The Millennial Influence
www.cmcoutperform.com/Free-Resources/Multi-Gen Millennials have been plagued by negative stereotypes. They're perceived as lazy, technology-addicts, entitled, and even needy. We wanted to dig deeper into what really drives this younger generation and set out to interview several Millennials. Our goal was to learn more about what they need and expect from their workplace. We were amazed by what they had to say. They presented a powerful perspective and they certainly didn't hesitate to dispel the myths and re-shape the perceptions others have of them.
5 Rules For Leadership - Simon Sinek
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Stop Managing, Start Leading | Hamza Khan | TEDxRyersonU
According to Hamza, managing millennials and knowledge workers the way we used to manage traditional factory workers can be disastrous. Speaking through his own experience of being managed and alternatively as a manager, Hamza makes the case that millennials must be lead, instead of managed and given autonomy to complete their tasks, so that they may grow and reach their full potential. If you ask Hamza Khan about his role as a manager, he’ll tell you his approach to managing is to avoid it altogether. Before his success as an award-winning digital marketer and entrepreneur, Hamza was a student struggling to find a practical outlet for his creativity while pursuing a degree in business and political science at the University of Toronto Scarborough. In his third-year of university, Hamza switched his major and received a Bachelor of Arts to facilitate a future career in creative multimedia and storytelling. Since graduating, he has worked as a graphic designer and marketer, and teaches social media strategy at Seneca College. He is also credited with making Ryerson University Canada’s leading university in online student engagement. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Spotlight on Leadership: Emotional Intelligence
Emotions play an important role in personal and professional interactions. Strong leaders understand their own emotions and why they have them. They also identify and acknowledge the emotions of other people. This spotlight explores emotional intelligence and how it contributes to successful leadership. This course gives a brief overview of emotional intelligence. To learn more about Accenture Academy, visit http://bit.ly/2bfC7B3