Sunday, March 20, 2011

Being a Better Leader in the Digital Age

With the ongoing changes taking place in this digital age, leadership styles must also adapt to not only these rapid advancements but also the multi-generational issues that exist between Baby Boomers and the Gen Y group.

We're being bombarded with new technology all the time and today's leaders must be fluid and adaptable to these changes if they hope to survive. The challenge becomes even greater when you add into the mix the ongoing generational differences out there.

Brad Szollose, author of 'Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia, Multi-generational Management Ideas That are Changing the Way We Run Things' joins HCL Radio to discuss these issues.

Brad outlines 7 credos in Liquid Leadership to help leaders adapt to these changes:

1. Place people first
2. Create a safe place to tell the truth
3. Nuture a creative enviorment
4. Support re-invention
5. Lead by example
6. Take responsibility
7. Leave a lasting legacy

He'll also discuss how the introduction of video games in the home 1977 coupled with the internet heavily influenced those that would go on to lead the boom.

About Brad Szollose:

During the Dot Com Era of the early 90′s, Brad co-founded K2 Design, Inc. which later raised over $7 million through private placement and an IPO... [The company] saw 425% growth for 5 straight years, expanded from 2 business partners to 4 partners and 60+ employees with offices worldwide and valuated at over $26 million.

As as an added bonus, Brad will also share a free special report:

Cracking the Gen-Y Code: How They Think, How They Work & How They Buy!

All you have to do is email him to request a copy:

Click below to listen to Brad.

See you on the court!

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