How to Make the Most of Your Brain Based on Your Generation
Our brains develop a little like wet cement. Our neural pathways are very pliable in our first twenty years and begin to solidify afterward. It isn’t that people can’t change as adults, it’s just that change is more difficult as we age. Our world needs innovation, and at my age, most of that will come from the emerging generation, not the retiring generation. This is one of the reasons I’m committed to developing a new generation of leaders. Our hope lies in developing them. It doesn’t lie in me.
Good news: We now have an event that covers this topic for school campuses, as well as a new book coming out on October 25th, entitled: A New Kind of Diversity: Making the Different Generations on Your Team a Competitive Advantage. If you are a current partner of Growing Leaders and you are interested in hosting A New Kind of Diversity Event, please email [email protected]. If you are not, please complete this registration form (have the link directly to the intake form). To pre-order the book, visit: NewDiversityBook.com.