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Millennials are the first generation of digital natives. They grew up using computers and the Internet to solve problems, access information, and communicate in real time. By applying these skills, they expect to flourish in today’s workplace, but often don’t. Instead, many of them feel underutilized or frustrated within a traditional corporate environment—yearning for the efficiency and innovation they know is possible, yet struggling to drive change.In Millennial Reboot, authors Kate Athmer and Rob Johnson offer practical tools, tips, and tricks to bridge the communication gaps between different workplace mentalities and to pave the way for progress. Readers will uncover new ways to do the following:•Meet corporate expectations without sacrificing authenticity•Adapt to a variety of challenging workplace personalities•Initiate change within an established corporate framework•Negotiate effectively to advance ideas and career trajectory•Anticipate roadblocks and maintain momentumWith actionable advice, checklists, takeaways, and easy-to-find reference points, consider this a playbook for professional success.
'The art of working soft' is a business novel for entrepreneurs, creatives and professionals who don't have time to read this book because they're busy working hard. It shows you a different way of dealing with the complexities and challenges of work: by working soft. Anna, Joris and Orlando are experiencing tough times. They all work hard: Anna as a freelancer, Joris as a manager and Orlando as a creative with his own shop and studio. But they’re constantly short of time and always busy, busy, busy. One evening, they find themselves at a rock concert given by David, a singer, and his musical assistant Robin. Although Robin is by far the youngest, it turns out they can learn a lot from him. Because he has all the time in the world. Always. But what’s his secret? What does he do that’s different? In five simple lessons, Robin shares with them his knowledge on how to ‘work soft’, and the effects are striking. Manager Joris achieves astonishing results, David the singer reacts with skepticism, freelancer Anna discovers a completely new way of working, and Orlando never dreamed that he would…About the authorEllen de Lange-Ros helps entrepreneurs and solopreneurs grow their business more quickly. She wrote the book ‘A question of fans’ (in Dutch) about online marketing and earning good money. When she discovered that a lot of entrepreneurs were not only suffering from a lack of clients but also a shortage of time, she was inspired to write this book, about making time and working soft. Ellen completed her PhD at Twente University, the Netherlands, and worked at KPN, the largest Dutch Telecom Operator, in various posts. In 2006 she started her own company – Faxion. You can read more about Ellen and Working Soft on www.faxion.nl/working-soft.