Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders
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About the Author
Lindsey Pollack is a keynote speaker, corporate consultant, and internationally recognized expert on millennial generation career and workplace issues. She is an official ambassador for LinkedIn and the author of Getting from College to Career: Your Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World. She also serves as the spokesperson for the Hartford's "My Tomorrow" campaign and chair of Cosmopolitan's Millennial Advisory Board. Forbes selected her career advice blog as one of the Top 100 Websites for Your Career. A graduate of Yale University, she lives in New York City.
"Pollak...presents an engaging, smart leadership manual for Generation Y....Call-out boxes, checklists, and quizzes make the book user-friendly and fun to read. This insightful guide is not just for young leaders; it would also benefit older employers or employees who want to better understand their younger colleagues."--Publishers Weekly
"Powerhouse Lindsey Pollak has perfectly calibrated this book for Gen-Yers moving into their first leadership roles. If you really want the promotion or just got the promotion, definitely read this book! It will jump-start your success as a leader and accelerate your next promotion."----Bruce Tulgan, best-selling author of It's Okay to be the Boss, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy, and The 27 Challenges Managers Face; founder and chairman of RainmakerThinking, Inc.
"Every page of this practical, highly readable book contains a tangible tip to help aspiring leaders get and keep the jobs they want. And if you don't think of yourself as a leader, think again - we all lead all the time in one way, shape, or form."----Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D., author of See Jane Lead and Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office
"[With its] astute insight and applicable approach, Becoming the Boss may be one of the most relevant books on leadership available."--Deseret News