PHOENIX, June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Do the Millennials at your company provide you with an endless source of frustration? Are you afraid to train them because they're just going to leave anyway? Millennials James Goodnow and Ryan Avery feel your pain, and they believe that most companies waste money, time and resources because they really don't understand the Millennials they hire. To help remedy this situation, on Monday, June 19, the Millennial duo are launching Motivating Millennials, a book that teaches what companies can be doing to find, keep and motivate their next generation of leaders.
Goodnow and Avery have some "street cred" on the subject. Goodnow, a graduate of Harvard Law School and one of the youngest senior leaders of a major US law firm, is regularly featured by national media outlets for his insights on business and Millennials. Avery, a keynote speaker and the 2012 World Champion of Public Speaking, is renowned for training business leaders around the world about the Millennial mind and how to give businesses a Millennial makeover.
"Millennials get a bad rap," remarks attorney James Goodnow. "Many of the pervasive myths about Millennials have caused some business leaders to write off an entire generation – putting their companies at risk in the process." Goodnow continues, "Our goal is for Motivating Millennials to be a guide for savvy executives who are eager to transform their organizations through the power of Millennial talent."
Motivating Millennials introduces the concept of Generational Shapes™ to vividly demonstrate how each generation's unique upbringing and outlook translates into the workplace. Avery and Goodnow explore how to transition from "triangular" employee-engagement practices to "circular" strategies that will inspire Millennials, Gen Ys, as well as the next generation of team members at your company.
"Spotlighting ways to attract, retain and mentor the next generation of leaders is mission-critical for any company's long-term success," notes motivational keynote speaker Ryan Avery. "Our main goal with Motivating Millennials is to show how much your company can actually achieve once you learn how to motivate Millennials – and not try to manage us."
For more information on how your organization can find, keep and motivate their next generation of leaders, including how to order your copy of Motivating Millennials, please visit: http://motivatingmillennialsbook.com/ .
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SOURCE James Goodnow; Ryan Avery