Chip Espinoza, Ph.D.
Author, Millennials Who Manage: How to Overcome Workplace Perceptions and Become a Great Leader*
Chip was also featured on CFL Episode 158: How to Lead the Millennials
Chip Espinoza shares wisdom from his new book, Millennials Who Manage: How to Overcome Workplace Perceptions. Chip is the Co-author of Millennials@Work: The 7 Skills Every Twenty-Something Needs to Overcome Roadblocks and Achieve Greatness At Work and Managing the Millennials: Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today’s Workforce. He is also Academic Director of the Organizational Psychology program at Concordia University Irvine. More
The major challenge [millennials] have in getting to the next level is their lack of patience.
It’s not the people that are against us that are going to hold us back from achieving what we want; it’s the people who love us the most.
The number one challenge of moving from a peer worker to being a boss is a redefinition of a relationship with their peers. The second greatest challenge is the fear of disappointing the person who promoted them.
Book by Daniel Goleman: Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ*
Article about Project Oxygen: Google’s Quest to Build a Better Boss
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