Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules to Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials & Gen Z
Biografía del autor
Raven Solomon is a seasoned Millennial leader with 8 year’s experience leading sales teams of up to 250 people at one of the largest food & beverage companies in the world. Reaching the executive level of this Fortune 50 at 28 years old, Raven mastered the skill of leading multigenerational teams to success as a young leader and now teaches emerging leaders around the country to do the same. She is a dynamic keynote speaker, entrepreneur and President of the Center for Next Generation Leadership & Professional Development, a training and development firm specializing in soft skill training for Millennials and Gen Z.
Raven is a proud graduate and valedictorian of NC State University and currently resides in Charlotte, NC. Learn more about Raven at http://www.ravensolomon.com.
Descripción del libro
Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules to Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials & Gen Z is a non-fiction leadership book that will serve as a guide to leading a workplace team of multiple generations for a young professional.
Público al que se apunta
College students in the United States or Canada who will soon be entering the workplace and have a desire to be leaders in a company.
Young professionals with 5 years or less experience in the workplace who have a desire to be managers or leaders at their current company.
Gender: not specific
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
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Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
This book will be read by young professionals 18-25 but most likely will be purchased by companies and/or parents. Therefore the cover needs to be cool enough to appeal to young professionals but also be serious enough to be used a leadership book by companies.
A rounder, more modern font would be preferred.
Book size- 5.5inx 8.25in
I would definitely like for the cover to relate to the title. Maybe using a fun image like the one attached (I don't have the rights to that picture)
Lo que debe evitarse
I welcome all creativity. Surprise me.
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