We’re excited that The Millennial Myth made the top reads for February!
In partnership with getAbstract, Training brings you February’s top three business books recommended to our readers.
More than 11,000 business books are published every year—an overwhelming choice for busy professionals. Therefore, in partnership with getAbstract, Training brings you February’s top three business books recommended to our readers.
“The Millennial Myth. Transforming Misunderstanding into Workplace Breakthroughs” by Crystal Kadakia (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2017, 184 pages, ISBN: 9781626569560; $18.95)
A Millennial herself, Crystal Kadakia offers a guide that explains her generation—born between 1981 and 1996—to its older colleagues. She explains Millennial behavior and suggests the best ways to engage members of her generation at work. Kadakia compliments older readers who keep an open mind and are willing to learn about Millennials. Despite wielding a broad brush, she provides well-researched data, bold insights, and a thought-provoking presentation. Perhaps, however, it’s a bit of a Millennialist slip to describe her own work as “groundbreaking,” “invaluable,” or a “great resource”—although it is a solid resource. getAbstract recommends her insights to executives and managers—including those who are Millennials themselves.
Rating (out of 10): 7
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