Brad Szollose is a recognized thought leader, entrepreneur, business coach and speaker, specializing in transitioning leaders from the Industrial Age to the Information Age. Brad co-founded K2 Design, Inc., which became the first dot com agency to go public. During Brad�s tenure at K2, the company experienced 425% growth and received the Arthur Andersen NY Enterprise Award for Best Practices for Fostering Innovation.
Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia-Multi-Generational Management Ideas That Are Changing the Way We Run Thingsby Brad Szollose
This wide-ranging discussion by a pioneering Internet
Easing the tensions between generations in the workforce demands a new type of leadership, one based on adaptability, transparency, and strength. With his actionable program, Brad Szollose shares the wisdom and the tools necessary for anyone to acquire the flexibility and insight of a liquid leader.
This wide-ranging discussion by a pioneering Internet entrepreneur provides an entirely new perspective on the major factors affecting businesses today. The author reveals seven immutable laws that can enable any leader to maximize the effectiveness of any organization. From placing people first to leaving a lasting legacy, the liquid leader knows just the right techniques to motivate individuals to perform at their best.
Liquid Leadership will help readers avoid getting caught up in a workforce culture clash and learn how a dynamic approach to everything from communication to social commitment can bridge the culture gap.
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Liquid Leadership is more than a catchy title. I think this book is a must for any manager whose subordinates are a generation or two away from him. The company I used to run, as a Boomer, had a wide range of ages among its employees, and I was constantly confounded by the behavior of X-Gens, Y-Gens, Millenials, and the whole alphebetical soup of kids that I couldn't figure out. Brad Szollose does a great job of focusing on the intergenerational issues that can bog down a team. His engaging writing style is matched by his success in founding a cutting edge company. But it is more than just a book about management; it is a work that helps the executive through the thickets of modern technology, and its opportunities, as well as its pitfalls. I am a Woodstock guy who has happily embraced the age of wikipedia, but it helps to have a book like this to make my embrace of the new more productive. I wish I had read this book when I was running my company.
A refreshing book about real leadership. Many of the tools explained in this book do work. It has already drastically improved the vibe around our office as well as the productivity, but most importantly the morale! Highly recommended.