Edge: A Leadership Story
Edge: Leadership Story is a narrative non-fiction book which speaks to not only top CEO’s like protagonist Mitchell James but to everyone – community leaders, parents, coaches, teachers – in leadership roles of any kind! Edge is a compelling story that highlights the engaging approaches of using vulnerability to build relationships, and creativity to stand out in the marketplace, while giving you permission to lead dynamically without losing your identity in the process. At each chapter’s end readers will find interactive and thought provoking summaries and coaching questions to help them see themselves, their colleagues, and their loved ones through fresh eyes. A great leadership development book, and a great leadership coaching book!
By Bea Fields and Corey Blake with Eva Silva Travers
Millennial Leaders: Success Stories From Today’s Most Brilliant Generation Y Leaders
The people who have been tagged as “Gen Y” are making a tremendous impact on today’s culture. Their entrepreneurial prowess and adventurous spirit have spawned countless successes in business. This generation has grown up with more technological advances than any prior group. They process information in a unique manner. They have a distinctive way of managing their interests, their businesses, and their lives. And their power is a force to be reckoned with.
In Millennial Leaders, you will read success stories from the most brilliant leaders of tomorrow who are already leading today. We explore how to effectively communicate with Gen Y and how to utilize their talents, most of which are entirely foreign to the more seasoned (i.e., older) generations, like the Baby Boomers and Traditionalists. Millennial Leaders features interviews with 25 of these Gen Y leaders, and represents the merging of the authors’ leadership capabilities with the talent and skill sets of the experts interviewed.
Our mission with Millennial Leaders is to provide Generation Y with over 100 strategies on how they can achieve career and personal success while inspiring older leaders to be more open and receptive to the world views of Generation Y. They are our future, and it is time for us to start working with them…not resisting their efforts.
By: Bea Fields, Scott Wilder, Jim Bunch and Rob Newbold