Employing Generation Why

This perceptive, direct, and provocative book provides readers with an in depth look into the mindset of the 68 million post X generation Learn what leading edge companies are doing to get the most from this talented, but misunderstood segment of our population The familiar scenarios and insightful solutions provide readers with hundreds of usable strategies for gettingThis perceptive, direct, and provocative book provides readers with an in depth look into the mindset of the 68 million post X generation Learn what leading edge companies are doing to get the most from this talented, but misunderstood segment of our population The familiar scenarios and insightful solutions provide readers with hundreds of usable strategies for getting the most out of Generation Why Employing Generation Why contains 11 comprehensive chapters on topics including Recruiting, Training, Managing, Recognition Rewards, Appearance, Employee Retention, and Making the Workplace More Fun It also identifies the 8 Sure Fire Ways to Connect with Generation Why and the 7 Ways to Immediately Disconnect with Them Written in a conversational, anecdotal, prescriptive, and easy to follow style, renowned Generation Why speaker and author Eric Chester is causing the business world reevaluate its employment and management practices, and is showing it how to reinvigorate its businesses for growth by making them Why2K Compliant.
Employing Generation Why This perceptive direct and provocative book provides readers with an in depth look into the mindset of the million post X generation Learn what leading edge companies are doing to get the most fr

  • Title: Employing Generation Why
  • Author: Eric Chester
  • ISBN: 9780965144773
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Employing Generation Why”

    1. Not a very good book. As a "Generation Why" I felt very much insulted by this book. The portions I found useful, in my experience, are also valid strategies with any other generation, not just the generation in question. I do understand the authors view point, and I understand that this book was written in the early 2000's when my generation was, at the most, working part time while still mostly in highschool.

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