Now that Generation iY is older, Tim has updated the book with new research, helpful solutions, and two new chapters that will further equip you as you work with the emerging generation. He also understands what our role is in leading and shaping this next generation of leaders. A cultural shift is taking place, and we must be educated, aware and prepared for our role. Generation iY provides the insight we all need. Tim Elmore outlines a solid plan of action.
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I know, I know. The world they live in has produced a generational mindset—a shared paradigm—if you will. Need a crash course in understanding this generation? Just look at the world the adults have created for them and you begin to get it. Let me summarize it in eight short phrases. These young adults have had a say in how things go since they were five.
The only thing worse than being un-cool is being unreal. They demand authenticity. They value genuine people and leaders. In fact, they may stop working midday to have fun and work again at midnight. They want to do things that matter. Meaning is as important as money at work. They like projects that are very important and almost impossible.
They got trophies on teams just for showing up. They got lots of kudos from parents for years and today want it instantly from their leaders. You already know this. Technology is an appendage of their bodies.
Words that describe their world are immediacy and convenience. Stuff should happen fast. You may want to add, Low struggle tolerance. They have a tendecy to stop the journey or change direction if it gets too difficult.
There may be a more positive way to state this. I see this all the time in students I deal with. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Generation iY: Secrets to Connecting With Today’s Teens & Young Adults in the Digital Age
I know, I know. The world they live in has produced a generational mindset—a shared paradigm—if you will. Need a crash course in understanding this generation? Just look at the world the adults have created for them and you begin to get it. Let me summarize it in eight short phrases.
Generation Iy: Our Last Chance to Save Their Future
Generation iY is an eye-opening book. This is an important book for parents and other adults that lead them. Generation iY desperately needs mentors. Many are truly lost and need to find their way back to a path that leads to maturity. The truth is, not everything is an option in the real world.
Eight Terms to Understand Generation iY
It is no longer accurate to refer to Generation Y as one collective demographic. The Millennials born after are a whole new batch of students. They are the talk of Human Resource professionals and newspaper journalists, they are the prize of their parents, and they are the market share every retailer covets. They are the kids born between and and are part of the largest generation in our history. Their bias is for action and interaction. We have the privilege of shaping their future. I recommend this book to any adult who cares about the future of our world.