LONGVIEW, Texas - Aug. 31, 2015 - PRLog -- This highly anticpated book is now available on six national and international distribution channels including Amazon.com. This book is a follow-up to his 2011 book titled Surviving the Talent Exodus: Navigate the Perfect Storm for Generational Change in the Workplace.
Now that millennials have surpassed the baby boomers as the largest generation in the workplace, John's latest work shares how to be successful in today’s business world you must blaze your own trail and learn how to lead other innovators in a workplace culture that is spurred by change.
As millennials flood the workforce, the rules of business are in constant flux. Younger employees challenge the value of a forty-hour workweek, question the need to work in a shared office, and push back against many of the assumptions left over from older generations. While it’s easy to write them off as lazy or scattered, the fact is, they understand the key to success in today’s business world: the art of innovation.
If you want to be a successful leader, you must learn how to value anti-ordinariness and measure your followers not by how well they perform their jobs but rather how much they change their jobs.
Leading the Lazy is a must-read for anyone trying to manage today’s multigenerational workforce. From rewarding younger employees for their ingenuity to empowering older employees to take risks, you’ll learn how to differentiate your company from the pack by creating a workplace that encourages creative ideas and embraces change.
John says we must tap into the extraordinary talents of your employees and see what amazing things you can accomplish together!
John Grubbs is rapidly becoming one of world's foremost experts on generational change in the workplace. His ability to deliver relevant, high-quality information in a fun and entertaining way has earned him many keynote speaking opportunities with national associations and Fortune 50 companies.
His ability to analyze and predict trends for talent attraction and retention has earned him audiences in the petrochemical industry, healthcare, manufacturing, education, government, and non-profit sectors.
His information is both provocative and engaging. His speeches can be an emotional roller-coaster with the audience laughing one minute and holding back tears the next. Energy and passion are the two most common words used to describe John Grubbs as a speaker and trainer.
Upon completing undergraduate degrees in both safety and engineering, he earned a Master of Business Administration with a focus on organizational leadership. He has over 20 years of leadership experience including hands-on management experience, executive coaching, training, and consulting. As a best-selling author, his most recent works include: Leadership Among Idiots - 2009 andSurviving the Talent Exodus - 2011. He has published other books and numerous magazine articles and is a member of several national and international associations including the World-Wide Association of Business Coaches.
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