Dr. Wisdom provides a guiding professional hand in an easily digested guide for even the shortest of attention spans (the Millennial plague) without the condescending tone that we Millennials are used to. Finally, someone believes in us! Save money on tuition — buy this book instead! —Remy Watts, Actual Millennial
The professional world would be a far more constructive, civilized, and efficient place if individuals entering it read Millennials’ Guide to Work. Jennifer Wisdom imparts invaluable information in an entirely forthright and pragmatic manner with no preaching—just a focus on helping Millennials navigate often-challenging workplaces to help their true talents and valuable selves emerge. —Mary M. Mitchell, The Mitchell Organization
I wish I had a guide like this when I started my career! I love how Dr. Wisdom provides actual phrases you can say in response to most every uncomfortable situation. This should be a required gift for every college intern and graduate so that they have it to help them with real-time questions or concerns on-the-job. —Dawn Mahan, PMP, international speaker, author, non-profit board chair, founder & CEO of PMOtraining, LLC
In this book, Dr. Wisdom provides a great many effective strategies for navigating the increasingly dynamic world of work, from identifying one’s own values, interests and abilities, to engaging successfully with colleagues, bosses and organizations. As such, this is an invaluable resource for Millennials (or anyone else) looking for a job, for advancement, and/or for reliable ways to thrive in the workplace. —Philip J. Moore, PhD, The George Washington University
“Millennials’ Guide to Work addresses the challenges and answers the questions you didn’t know to ask, in an accessible, compassionate manner. Suddenly, navigating the work force seems far more manageable. —Kristina Hallett, PhD, ABPP, Clinical Psychologist, speaker, and Author
About the Author
Jennifer P. Wisdom is author of ‘Millennials’ Guide to Work.’ She has previously been a photojournalist, soldier, therapist, marathoner, surfer, academic, and teacher. She currently leads Wisdom Consulting, where she helps people and organizations make things work better and reach their potential. She relates to Millennials’ struggles at work and has been delighted to pull together suggestions and ideas from more than 30 years of work experience to help Millennials and others navigate the workplace. The goal of ‘Millennials’ Guide to Work’: help Millennials achieve success and respect at work while keeping their integrity and sense of humor.