Greenleaf Book Group Press
October 1, 2010
Like an irresistible force of nature, the digital economy has been thrust upon us suddenly and awkwardly, leaving many unprepared. Instead of resisting the generational gap between analog Boomers and digital natives, mainly Generation Y, when not flow with the cacophony of the invention, new technologies, and methodologies of working and listen to the battle cry of a new generation who operates more like entrepreneurs than employees?
Liquid Leadership presents a dynamic approach to everything from developing a creative work environment for innovation to using social commitment to bring coworkers together, delivering the engagement necessary to nurture a vastly diverse and talent-rich workforce. This wide-ranging discussion provides an entirely new perspective on the major factors affecting business today.
With his actionable program, Brad Szollose shows the wisdom of Gen X and Millennial management and the tools necessary for anyone to acquire the flexibility and insight to take advantage of the exciting possibilities on the horizon. Despite rapid technological advances, the author reveals seven immutable laws that can enable any leader to maximize the effectiveness of their organization. From placing people first to leaving a lasting legacy, the liquidator knows just the right techniques to motivate individuals to perform at the very best.
A Baby Boomer and one of the original.dot.com billionaires, the author has had more than twenty years’ experience in helping workers from different generations bridge both the cultural and the technological gap. Szollose has learned that organizations can thrive only if they listen to the people on the front lines and adopt an adaptable, engaging, and fluid management style – liquid leadership.
Brad Szollose is a recognized thought leader, entrepreneur, business coach, and speaker who specializes in transitioning leaders from the Industrial Age to the Information Age. Brad cofounded K2 Design, Inc., which became the first dot-com agency to go public. During Brad’s tenure at K2, the company experienced 425 percent growth and received the Arthur Anderson Enterprise Award for Best Practices for Fostering Innovation.