What if your new boss comes from the Millennial generation? We asked the members of the Young Entrepreneurial Council (YEC) this question:
How can a new team member thoroughly impress their new Millennial boss?
Ask anyone with a highly successful career. They’ll tell you: Lifelong learning — and specifically continuous development of both soft and hard skills — is the single best way to improve your career prospects. So we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this simple question: For the young careerist, what is the single best way to improve both soft and hard skills?
You already know how hard it is to transfer what you’ve learned in school to the a real world working environment.
And nowhere is that more true in the start-up world, where everyone is expected to contribute from day one…
How can a new team member impress their Millennial boss?
You got the job. You’re starting today. And you want to hit the ground running… a great first impression is a must! To help you do just that, we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question:
“What is the one out-of-the-box thing a young team member can do to impress you the most?”
Many smaller firms and start-ups are learning that a resume isn’t the best away to determine talent, potential or culture fit. So we started thinking: what would happen if the resume no longer existed? And we asked our friends at Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question: If resumes are dead (or dying), how does a potential employee get your undivided attention? Here are some of the answers sure to make you think twice about relying on a resume to find your next gig: Make Specific Suggestions I am always impressed by people who come to us with specific ideas